fibrinogenemia


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fi·brin·o·ge·ne·mi·a

n. fibrinogenemia, presencia de fibrógeno en la sangre.
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The interest in relationship between diabetes mellitus and fibrinogenemia has grown, as an increase in fibrinogen levels may be one of the mechanisms by which diabetes exerts its effect on cardiovascular risk.
0 tenderness with possible tetanic contractions, maternal tachycardia with orthostatic changes in blood pressure and heart rate, foetal distress and Hypo fibrinogenemia < (50-250mg/dl).
20)(21) (2) Fibrinogenemia is increased in patients with intermittent claudication.