Abstract

Research Article

A study of coagulation profile in patients with cancer in a tertiary care hospital

Gaurav Khichariya, Manjula K*, Subhashish Das and Kalyani R

Published: 10 February, 2021 | Volume 5 - Issue 1 | Pages: 001-003

The complicated process of cancer triggers many physiological systems like vascular endothelial functions and hemostasis, which signifies the increased risk of thrombosis, which triggers thromboembolic events resulting in increased mortality and morbidity [1-3]. Tumorigenesis contributes by activation of coagulation around the perivascular region [4].

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