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4) were detected more in the patients with arterial thrombosis (LA, 93%; aCL, 83%; anti-prothrombin, 97%), venous thrombosis (LA, 79%; aCL, 63%; anti-prothrombin, 95%), and thrombocytopenia (LA, 64%; aCL, 57%; anti-prothrombin, 71%) than in patients without complications (LA, 29%; aCL, 19%; anti-prothrombin, 37%).
These antibodies have been linked to a clinical syndrome consisting of venous and arterial thrombosis, livedo reticularis hypertension, cerebral involvement (with a marked propensity to cerebral infarction), recurrent miscarriages, and thrombocytopaenia (8).
Arterial thrombosis is the most dreaded of vascular complications, which can result in graft failure.
Patients who had DVT diagnosed before fracture, or who developed arterial thrombosis.
(3) The primary cause of flap loss is thrombosis in the vascular pedicle, with venous being more common than arterial thrombosis. Failure is uncommon, however, and the success rates of free flaps range from 94 to 99% in most large series.
Additionally, thrombosis, including deep venous thrombosis, pulmonary embolism and arterial thrombosis, some fatal, have occurred in patients treated with Olumiant.
Most importantly, even with placement of an IVC filter, development of arterial thrombosis can certainly continue to occur while the patient is off anticoagulants.
Although endothelial injury and platelet functions are important in arterial thrombosis, stasis and disorders of the coagulation-fibrinolytic system come to the forefront in venous thrombosis (5-7).
The etiology of acute mesenteric ischemia can be divided into four categories: arterial embolization, arterial thrombosis, mesenteric venous thrombosis, and non-occlusive, low-flow state.
Within the clinical picture presented by these patients, arterial thrombosis is the most frequent manifestation of the disease, followed by venous thrombosis [14].
Duran, "Arterial thrombosis after cisplatin-based chemotherapy for metastatic germ cell tumors," Acta Oncologica, vol.