Hypercoagulable states

Alternative names 
Thromboembolic states

Definition

Hypercoagulable states are conditions that may lead to the abnormal development of blood clots. Blood clots can develop in either arteries or veins.

see Thromboembolic states.

Johns Hopkins patient information

Last revised: December 4, 2012
by Harutyun Medina, M.D.

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