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OLGU SUNUMU(Case Reports) A Case of Arterial Embolism in Upper and Lower Extremities in a Patient with Factor V Leiden Mutation and Pseudoprotein S Deficiency Erdem Akbal Dicle Koca
Erciyes Medical Journal)
Thrombosis occurs as a result of factors which is also known as Virchow's triad. Virchow's triad comprises venous stasis, hypercoagulability and endothelial damage. Thromboembolism is mostly due to acquired thrombophilia. However there are a number of hereditary thrombophilias, factor V Leiden mutation being the most common among them. Hereditary thrombophilias lead mainly to venous thrombosis and rarely to arterial thrombosis. We are given below a case with arterial thromboembolism in thefatcat:zg2uevruvzamldimlr6qihmv2u