First published in 1980, Murano and Bick provide well rounded accounts into the effects of Hemostasis and Thrombosis as well as a guide to the general physiology, associated disorders and therapeutic techniques used to address them. This book is ideal for students and practicioners of Hematology as well as those with a general interest in medicine.
Table of Contents
PHYSIOLOGY AND BIOCHEMISTRY OF HEMOSTASIS Introduction The Three Hemostatic Compartments. 3. Chapter 1. Vascular Function in Hemostasis, 5. Chapter 2. Platelet Funstion in Hemostasis, 17. Chapter 3. Plasma Protein Function in Hemostasis, 43. CLINICAL DISORDERS OF HEMOSTASIS Chapter 4. A Systematic Approach to the Diagnosis of Bleeding Disorders, 81. Chapter 5. Vascular Disorders, 89. Chapter 6. Platelet Disorders,95. Chapter 7. Hereditary Plasma Protein Disorders. Chapter 8. Disseminated Intravascular Coagulation (DIC) and Related Syndromes, 163. Chapter 9. Primary Hyperfibrino(geno)lytic Syndromes, 181. Chapter 10. Acquired Circulating Anticoagulants and Defective Hemostasis in Malignant Paraprotein Disorders, 205. Chapter 11. Alterations of Hemostasis Associated with Malignancy, 213. Chapter 12. Malignancy and Anticoagulation, 227. HYPERCOAGULABILITY, THROMBOSIS, AND THERAPY Chapter 13. Hypercoagulability and Thrombosis, 237. Chapter 14. Anticoagulant and Antiplatelet Therapy, 245. Chapter 15. Thrombolytic Therapy, 259. Glossary, 269. Index, 271.
Genesio Murano, Rodger L. Bick