Venous Thromboembolism

Venous Thromboembolism

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Caption: Illustration shows vascularized cancer cells in the background upper left, with arteries going into it and a venous plexus coming off which joins up with a bigger vein with valves. larger pink molecular balls represent the procoagulation factor that tumor cells produce that directly jump starts the coagulation pathway. the procoagulation factor molecules are binding to regular leukocytes, endothelium and platelets that will then start producing tissue factor that also encourages coagulation. Also shown are tumor cells binding to endothelium which cause production of tissue factor, causing clots to form. two of the clots are shown embolizing. fibrinogen and platelets are throughout.

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Keywords: cancer cell, coagulation pathway, diagram, drawing, embolism, illustration, mechanism of action, medical, medicine, procoagulation factor, thromboembolism, tissue factor, tumor, vein, venous

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