The main difference between haemostasis and thrombosis is that haemostasis is the natural process of clotting which happens to stop the excessive bleeding from an injury whereas thrombosis is the process in which a blood clot is formed inside the blood vessel to block the normal flow of blood through the circulatory system. The latest edition of this practical handbook provides a concise yet comprehensive overview of common and rare problems with hemostasis and thrombosis through thoroughly updated and revised chapters the text features practical information on diagnosing and managing troublesome hematologic conditions often found in clinical practice. Dysregulation of hemostasis can also lead to venous thromboembolic disease with hereditary causes including protein c protein s and antithrombin deficiency and gain of function disorders such as factor v leiden and prothrombin g20210a mutation and acquired disorders such as the antiphospholipid antibody syndrome and thrombotic microangiopathies. Thrombosis and haemostasis provides a forum for the exchange of ideas and concepts fostering cross disciplinary insights in basic and clinical research the journal is published monthly in print and online via thieme e journals it is covered in the main abstracting and indexing services worldwide
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