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What does FXI stand for?

Factor XI (biochemistry)


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Samples in periodicals archive:
Humans who are deficient in Factor XI tend to have a lower incidence of stroke and venous thrombosis with no evidence of spontaneous bleeding episodes.
When your body's subjected to contusing, factor XI can help stop the bruising.
Factor XI deficiency was found in nine families (n=10), 2.
Of 150 women referred to one clinic, 26 (17 per cent) were found to have either lack of clotting factor XI or abnormal blood platelets, which is easily diagnosed with blood tests.
Most patients with congenital factor XI deficiency do not have any significant bleeding problems, although there are cases where such patients had significant hemorrhage after surgery or trauma.
Comparing 473 clot patients with 474 healthy participants matched for age and other characteristics, the researchers found that 92 of the patients but only 47 of the volunteers had factor XI concentrations exceeding 121 percent of normal.
The median pediatric factor XI concentrations were similar to that for adults, but the reference intervals had a higher lower limit.
Factor Assays * Introduction * Factor II * Factor V * Factor V Leiden * Factor VII * Factor VIII * Factor IX * Factor IXa * Factor X (Stuart Factor) * Factor Xa * Factor XI * Factor XII * Factor XIII 10.

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