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A propos des variations de la teneur du sang en fibrinogene au cours des affections neoplasiques

, : A propos des variations de la teneur du sang en fibrinogene au cours des affections neoplasiques. Compt Rend Soc Biol 120(30): 253-255

Blood fibrinogen increased markedly in guinea pigs which had been inoculated with liposarcoma (Murray) . Cancer patients showed the same rise in fibrinogen. As pregnancy produces the same effect, any new growth of tissue appears to increase fibrinogen production.


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