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Haemorheological role of platelet aggregation and hypercoagulability in microcirculation: therapeutical approach with pentoxifylline.
Pharmatherapeutica 1980; 2(6):372-9P

Abstract

The pathophysiology of disturbances in platelet function and intravasal hypercoagulability in diseases with impaired microcirculation is reviewed, and related relevant experimental and clinical findings with pentoxifylline are presented. Recent studies have revealed the antithrombotic properties of pentoxifylline which contribute to its haemorheological profile and therapeutical efficacy.

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Journal Article
Review

Language

eng

PubMed ID

7001492

Citation

Müller, R, and F Lebrach. "Haemorheological Role of Platelet Aggregation and Hypercoagulability in Microcirculation: Therapeutical Approach With Pentoxifylline." Pharmatherapeutica, vol. 2, no. 6, 1980, pp. 372-9.
Müller R, Lebrach F. Haemorheological role of platelet aggregation and hypercoagulability in microcirculation: therapeutical approach with pentoxifylline. Pharmatherapeutica. 1980;2(6):372-9.
Müller, R., & Lebrach, F. (1980). Haemorheological role of platelet aggregation and hypercoagulability in microcirculation: therapeutical approach with pentoxifylline. Pharmatherapeutica, 2(6), pp. 372-9.
Müller R, Lebrach F. Haemorheological Role of Platelet Aggregation and Hypercoagulability in Microcirculation: Therapeutical Approach With Pentoxifylline. Pharmatherapeutica. 1980;2(6):372-9. PubMed PMID: 7001492.
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