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Рaraneoplastic thrombophilias. From Trousseau to present days

[Lecture. Clinical decisions support]
Leonid Dvoretsky;

Venous thrombosis of various localization in patients with malignant tumors described for the first time by A. Trousseau, is an important problem of clinical medicine (paraneoplastic thrombophilia). In some cases, venous thrombosis can be the first manifestation of a malignant tumor. Data on the epidemiology, developmental mechanisms, clinical and prognostic significance of venous thrombosis in patients with malignant tumors are given. The need for a thorough study of patients with the presence of idiopathic venous thrombosis in order to identify the tumor process is emphasized.

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Keywords: venous thrombosis, venous thromboembolism, malignant tumors, paraneoplastic thrombophilia


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