Thrombosis is defined as the formation of a blood clot within the circulatory system.
The thrombosis process involves a number of factors that influence a person’s likelihood to suffer from an occlusion caused by a thrombus in veins and/or arteries. Over the previous century, Virchow identified the factors that influence the development of thrombosis in what is known as the “Virchow’s Triad”: tissue injurie in the inner layer of veins and arteries (endothelium), blood accumulation (stasis), and alterations in blood components or hypercoagulability (quick formation of blood clots in blood vessels) .
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has developed a drug which helps treating this disease. Ask your physician about this option, since a medical prescription is required for its purchase.