Monday, February 16, 2015

Study group discussion: Virchow's triad

What is Virchow's triad for thrombosis? Explain please.

Virchow's triad... If there is stasis (Blood ain't flowing to wash out the collected coagulation factors), hypercoagulability (More coagulation factors) or endothelial injury (Stuff that activates coagulation factors) there'll be a predisposition to thrombosis.

In Virchow's triad 2 things are missing:
1. Role of platelets
2. Coagulation system

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