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Platelet adhesion and platelet thrombus formation on subendothelium of human arteries and veins exposed to flowing blood in vitro. A comparison with rabbit aorta



Platelet adhesion and platelet thrombus formation on subendothelium of human arteries and veins exposed to flowing blood in vitro. A comparison with rabbit aorta



Haemostasis 8(1): 19-29



Subendothelium of blood vessel segments from elderly patients was exposed in a perfusion chamber to citrated blood under arterial blood flow conditions. The resulting platelet adhesion and thrombus formation was assessed morphometrically. The results show that the time course and the extent of platelet adhesion and aggregation were similar to the results obtained previously with subendothelium from rabbit arteries. The extent of surface-induced platelet aggregation was furthermore governed by both the properties of the exposed surface as well as those of the blood perfusate. No significant differences with regard to platelet reactivity were found between veins and arteries and the extent of surface-induced platelet aggregation was rather low.

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