The process which spontaneously arrests the flow of BLOOD from vessels carrying blood under pressure. It is accomplished by contraction of the vessels, adhesion and aggregation of formed blood elements (eg. erythrocyte aggregation), and the process of blood coagulation.


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<b><b><b>Hemostasis</b></b></b> tests

<b><b>Hemostasis</b></b> tests
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<b>hemostasis</b>

hemostasis
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Steps in primary <b>hemostatic</b>

Steps in primary hemostatic
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in development for use as

in development for use as
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secondary <b>hemostatic</b> plug.

secondary hemostatic plug.
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pathways leading to <b>hemostasis</b>

pathways leading to hemostasis
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The three steps of <b>hemostasis</b>.

The three steps of hemostasis.
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Symptoms and diagnosis

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