Blood coagulation, thrombosis, and female hormones
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Blood coagulation, thrombosis, and female hormones transactions of a symposium. Edited by Tage Astrup and Irving S. Wright. by Symposium on Blood Coagulation, Trombosis, and Female Hormones, Washington, D.C. 1967

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Published by James F. Mitchell Foundation in Washington .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Blood -- Coagulation,
  • Hormones, Sex,
  • Thrombosis

Book details:

Edition Notes

ContributionsAstrup, Tage,, Wright, Irving Sherwood, 1901-,, James F. Mitchell Foundation
Classifications
LC ClassificationsRC633 A1 S9 1967
The Physical Object
Pagination48p.
Number of Pages48
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18647886M

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  The synthetic hormones, or those from animal sources, that are used in HRT do not contain the physiological amounts of E1, E2, and E3. The physiological proportion of E1, E2, and E3 in human blood is about 33% E1, 45% E2, 10% E3, and about 10% metabolites of E1 and E E2 is the most potent human by: Understand Your Risk for Excessive Blood Clotting Many factors can lead to excessive blood clotting, leading to limited or blocked blood flow. Blood clots can travel to the arteries or veins in the brain, heart, kidneys, lungs and limbs, which in turn can cause heart attack, stroke, damage to . Headlines have warned menopausal women of the risk of deadly blood clots from taking hormone replacement therapy tablets. We look behind the headlines. A study published in the British Medical Journal has found that women taking hormone replacement therapy (HRT) tablets have a higher risk of developing serious blood : Katherine Woods.   Blood clots form when certain parts of your blood thicken, forming a semisolid mass. This process may be triggered by an injury or it can sometimes occur inside blood vessels that don't have an obvious injury. Once these clots form, they can travel to other parts of your body, causing harm. Factors and conditions that can cause troublesome.