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Journal April 2012 (Vol 34, No 4)

NOTE: You have already passed this course.
NOTE: This course is no longer valid for accreditation purposes.

Hypercoagulability in Dogs: Pathophysiology by Dianne Kittrell , DVM, DACVIM, Larry Berkwitt , DVM, DACVIM

1. Which condition is not included in the Virchow triad of factors that contribute to thrombus formation?
2. _________ do(es) not cause thrombus formation.
3. Which statement is false with regard to platelet aggregation?
4. Protein C is a natural anticoagulant that works via all of the following mechanisms except
5. Thrombosis as a result of hypofibrinolysis may occur secondary to a/an _______ in the _______ level.
6. An antithrombin deficiency of _______ has been associated with a moderate risk of hypercoagulability.
7. Antithrombin deficiency does not contribute to hypercoagulability in
8. ________ does not lead to a hypercoagulable state.
9. ________ is/are not a suspected cause of hypercoagulability in dogs with hyperadrenocorticism.
10. ________ is not suspected to contribute to the hypercoagulable state of renal disease.
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