Antithrombin is a glycoprotein that inhibits thrombin by forming an irreversible complex.
There are two active sites: one that binds to heparin and one that binds to thrombin/target e...
Family history of thrombosis
Family history of antithrombin deficiency
Recurrent pregnancy loss
Patients with antithrombin deficiency and a firs...
289.81 Primary hypercoagulable state
36351005 Antithrombin III deficiency (disorder)
439699000 hereditary antithrombin III deficiency (disorder)
Antithrombin levels will be low on heparin and during acute thrombosis.
Diagnosis can be difficult. Conditions causing low levels of antithrombin III, such as pregnancy, liver disease, ...
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