Thromb Haemost 1969; 21(01): 035-041
DOI: 10.1055/s-0038-1653507
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Plasmatic and Platelet Anti-Plasmins and Anti-Activators

III. Results in Normal People, in Patients and in Those with Venous Thrombosis
G. J. H den Ottolander
1  Department of Internal Medicine, Municipal General Hospital Bergweg and the Department of Chemical Pathology, Medical Faculty Rotterdam, Rotterdam (The Netherlands)
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B Leijnse
1  Department of Internal Medicine, Municipal General Hospital Bergweg and the Department of Chemical Pathology, Medical Faculty Rotterdam, Rotterdam (The Netherlands)
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M. J. H Cremer-Elfrink
1  Department of Internal Medicine, Municipal General Hospital Bergweg and the Department of Chemical Pathology, Medical Faculty Rotterdam, Rotterdam (The Netherlands)
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This investigation was supported by a grant of The Netherlands Organisation for the advancement of pure research (Z. W. O.).
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Publication Date:
28 August 2018 (online)

Summary

The values for plasmatic and thrombocytic anti-plasmin and anti-UK were determined in normal test persons and in 107 patients with different diseases.

In 12 patients with a fresh venous thrombosis the values of these inhibitors were within normal limits.

In 6 patients with liver cirrhosis no significantly lowered values were found.

Also in patients with different haematological diseases no abnormality was found. A relationship between plasmatic and thrombocytic anti-UK was found.