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5-8] Prothrombin time is a laboratory screening test used to detect disorders involving the activity of the factors I, II, V, VII, and X of the extrinsic and common pathways .
The common pathway is venous outflow obstruction, leading to engorgement and inflammation of the epiploic appendage.
One common pathway into sex work is the desire to escape from marital life, which represents freedom from violence, humiliation, and dominance from the husband," says Population Council demographer and biostatistician Niranjan Saggurti, lead researcher on the study.
We can now try to achieve a common pathway where veterans are seen by the right people and the right place at the right time.
its response to allergic reactions share a common pathway.
According to research by Cancer Research UK and King's College London - which could lead to more effective cancer treatments - the body's surveillance system for damage caused by cancer and its response to allergic reactions share a common pathway.
University courses are now the most common pathway into engineering design.
He discusses how experimental leukemia research started and developed, the progress of cancer concepts, early research, research on avian leukosis and sarcoma virus, mouse and rat viruses, studies on stem cells and cytokines, viral and chemical carcinogenesis, cell cycle control and centrosome, important oncogenes and suppressor genes and the related cell biology, skin carcinogenesis, DNA viruses, and the common pathway for retroviruses and chemicals.
Detailing the theory that establishes cellular water loss as the common pathway to disease and aging, Murad gives readers a complete action plan that will improve their overall health and reverse the aging process.
This is called apoptosis and it's the most common pathway by which faulty cells, like cancer cells, die.
AMD has been thought to share a common pathway with Alzheimer's disease.
There seems to be a common pathway to erectile dysfunction (ED) and cardiovascular disease.