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Posted 31 May 2015 by qwertyiy • 1 answer
Antivitamine K drugs (such as coumadine) inhibit the formation of Factor IX (as well as factors II, VII and X), which is part of the intrinsic pathway.. So why don't they increase the aPTT/TCA?
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