The Aetiology of Deep Venous Thrombosis : A Critical, Historical and Epistemological Survey
What we now call ‘deep venous thrombosis’ (DVT) has been studied in diverse ways during the last 200–300 years. Each of these approaches contributes to a full modern understanding of aetiology. Therefore, much of this book is a historical survey of the field. However, our remit is broader than the t...
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- A History of Haematological Research
- Virchow and the Pathophysiological Tradition in the 19th Century
- The Pathophysiological Tradition after Virchow
- Interrupted Circulation: The ‘Stasis’ Hypothesis and the Significance of Venous Valves
- Underperfusion of Valve Pockets and the Initiation of DVT
- The Role of Endothelial Hypoxia in DVT
- The Valve Cusp Hypoxia Hypothesis
- Molecular Changes in the Hypoxic Endothelium
- Cadaver Clots or Agonal Thrombi?