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This clinical reference provides current and comprehensive material on hemostatic disorders. It covers normal mechanisms of hemostasis, primary disorders of hemostasis, and hemostatic disorders associated with other conditions. Specific chapters address such topics as circulating inhibitors, fibrinolytic bleeding disorders, genetic disorders of blood coagulation, drug-induced disorders of coagulation, psychogenic bleeding, and much more.

The book contains black-and-white illustrations.

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Reviewer: David Green, MD, PhD (Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine)
Description: The third edition of this text reviews current knowledge of hemostasis, both normal and pathologic. It updates the second edition and includes a few new chapters.
Purpose: The book presents current laboratory and clinical knowledge to assist the clinician. The contributors clarify many obscure areas and offer useful information on the diagnosis and management of difficult clinical problems.
Audience: The presentations continue the erudite tradition of the earlier versions; they are geared to meeting the needs of internists, pathologists, and medicine housestaff for a compact, instructive treatise on the diagnosis and management of hemostatic disorders. The book should be quite helpful to oncologists who are often confronted with coagulation problems.
Features: Most chapters have sufficient diagrams, tables, and graphics, and the article on vascular disease and vasculitis is especially well illustrated. References are recent (through 1995) and abundant; the chapter on disseminated intravascular coagulation has more than 500 references. Also well referenced is the review of hemorrhagic disorders associated with circulating inhibitors, which is very comprehensive. The newly rewritten chapter on surgery and hemostasis by Kitchens is especially provocative in its discussion about the indications for preoperative screening tests.
Assessment: There is some overlap among the chapters; for example, the antiphospholipid antibody syndrome is discussed in the inhibitor and in the hypercoagulable state chapters, but the authors of each article offer their unique approaches to this disorder. Missing from this book is a discussion of the use of anticoagulants and thrombolytic agents. Overall, however, the book fills an important niche between the brief paperback books designed for students and the massive tomes used by specialists in the field.
David Green
The third edition of this text reviews current knowledge of hemostasis, both normal and pathologic. It updates the second edition and includes a few new chapters. The book presents current laboratory and clinical knowledge to assist the clinician. The contributors clarify many obscure areas and offer useful information on the diagnosis and management of difficult clinical problems. The presentations continue the erudite tradition of the earlier versions; they are geared to meeting the needs of internists, pathologists, and medicine housestaff for a compact, instructive treatise on the diagnosis and management of hemostatic disorders. The book should be quite helpful to oncologists who are often confronted with coagulation problems. Most chapters have sufficient diagrams, tables, and graphics, and the article on vascular disease and vasculitis is especially well illustrated. References are recent (through 1995) and abundant; the chapter on disseminated intravascular coagulation has more than 500 references. Also well referenced is the review of hemorrhagic disorders associated with circulating inhibitors, which is very comprehensive. The newly rewritten chapter on surgery and hemostasis by Kitchens is especially provocative in its discussion about the indications for preoperative screening tests. There is some overlap among the chapters; for example, the antiphospholipid antibody syndrome is discussed in the inhibitor and in the hypercoagulable state chapters, but the authors of each article offer their unique approaches to this disorder. Missing from this book is a discussion of the use of anticoagulants and thrombolytic agents. Overall, however, the book fills an important nichebetween the brief paperback books designed for students and the massive tomes used by specialists in the field.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780721652733
  • Publisher: Elsevier Health Sciences
  • Publication date: 4/3/1996
  • Edition description: 3rd ed
  • Edition number: 3
  • Pages: 573

Table of Contents

Ch. 1 The Evolution of Knowledge About Hemostasis 1
Ch. 2 Normal Hemostatic Mechanisms 23
Ch. 3 Clinical and Laboratory Diagnosis of Hemorrhagic Disorders 53
Ch. 4 Platelets and Their Disorders 79
Ch. 5 Clinical Aspects of the Genetic Disorders of Coagulation 138
Ch. 6 Von Willebrand's Disease 186
Ch. 7 Hemorrhagic Disorders Associated with Circulating Inhibitors 208
Ch. 8 The Hypercoagulable State 228
Ch. 9 Disseminated Intravascular Coagulation 259
Ch. 10 Fibrinolytic Bleeding Syndromes 296
Ch. 11 Hemostatic Disorders Associated with Neoplasia 323
Ch. 12 Bleeding with Infectious Diseases 339
Ch. 13 Surgery and Hemostasis: The Influence of One on the Other 356
Ch. 14 Hemorrhagic and Thrombotic Disorders of Neonates 383
Ch. 15 Hemostatic Defects in Liver and Biliary Tract Disease and Disorders of Vitamin K Metabolism 422
Ch. 16 Alterations of Hemostasis in Renal Disease 443
Ch. 17 Drug-Induced Disorders of Coagulation 457
Ch. 18 Clinical Hemostatic Disorders Caused by Venoms 477
Ch. 19 Vascular Disease and Vasculitis 489
Ch. 20 Psychogenic Bleeding 505
Ch. 21 Complications of the Treatment of Hemostatic Disorders 510
Index 537
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