thrombogenesis


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Related to thrombogenesis: fibrinolysis, Extrinsic pathway
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throm·bo·gen·e·sis

n. trombogénesis, formación de cóagulos o trombos.
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Therefore clinical acute symptoms such as acute myocardial infarction may happen when thrombogenesis progresses to a certain degree.
Glycemie index, glycemic load, and thrombogenesis. Semin Thromb Hemost.
1 Tissue factor (TF) is a protein that triggers the coagulation cascade, facilitating thrombosis and atherosclerosis.2,3 TF has been detected in various cell types within atheromatous plaques, including endothelial cells, vascular smooth muscle cells, monocyte, and, especially, macrophages, which account for about 60% of the total cells in the atheromatous plaque.1 TF found in the atheromatous lipid-core is thought to be largely derived from the macrophages present in the plaque.4 Macrophages contribute to thrombogenesis and atherogenesis partially via the mediation of TF.5 Under physiological conditions, macrophages express a low basal TF level.
These abnormal proteins might be involved in pro-inflammatory processes and complement activation, leading to potential thrombogenesis.[4] Medina et al.
The fractured strut can also mechanically irritate the vessel wall and stimulate smooth muscle cell division, as well as become foci for thrombogenesis [3, 6, 7, 14, 15].
The endothelium is the major regulator of vascular homeostasis and maintains the balance between vasodilatation and vasoconstriction, stimulation and inhibition of smooth muscle proliferation and migration, and thrombogenesis and fibrinolysis [28].
Pathogenesis of CRVO is believed to follow the principles of Virchow's triad of thrombogenesis, namely, vessel damage, stasis, and hypercoagulability [2].
Aspirin inhibits platelet activation and thrombogenesis. However, it also injures the gastrointestinal mucosa through local and systemic actions [2, 3].
These changes have been attributed to accelerated oxidative stress [43], inflammation [44], and reduced nitric oxide bioavailability [42], which can promote vascular inflammation and thrombogenesis [42].
Lip, "Vascular endothelial growth factor and tissue factor in patients with established peripheral artery disease: A link between angiogenesis and thrombogenesis?" Clinical Science, vol.
In addition, tocopherols inhibit platelet aggregation and thrombogenesis [29].
This suggests that central obesity possibly increases the risk of coronary artery disease in part, via increased susceptibility to thrombogenesis. WC and HDL-c are persistently significantly correlated with all biomarkers of prothrombogenesis.