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24 Possible Causes for Coagulation Factor Increased, Sloping Shoulders

  • Birth

    As the child’s lower shoulder advances, it meets the sloping resistance of the pelvic floor on the right side and is shunted forward and to the left toward the middle of the[britannica.com]

  • Puerperium

    As the child’s lower shoulder advances, it meets the sloping resistance of the pelvic floor on the right side and is shunted forward and to the left toward the middle of the[britannica.com] However, fibrinogen has been found to increase during pregnancy but gets consumed together with other coagulation factors and platelets during delivery [ 6 ] while d-dimer[esciencecentral.org] Blood: Increased coagulability of the blood continues during the first two weeks in spite of significant decrease in a number of coagulation factors.[gfmer.ch]

  • Microangiopathy

    These may include a sideways and front-to-back curvature of the spine (kyphoscoliosis), narrow and/or sloping shoulders, underdeveloped collarbones (hypoplastic clavicles)[rarediseases.org] Livedoid microangiopathy attacks mainly young and middle-aged women; can be idiopathic, or associated with coagulation alterations including the factor V Leiden mutation,[scielo.br] In patients with overt disseminated intravascular coagulation, factors V, VIII, antithrombin III, and fibrinogen are usually depleted.[medtextfree.wordpress.com]

  • Subarachnoid Hemorrhage

    When both bilirubin and oxyhaemoglobin are detected there is a bilirubin “shoulder” on the downward slope of the oxyhaemoglobin peak.[dx.doi.org] increased postpartum incidence suggests potentially similar etiologies.[anesthesiology.pubs.asahq.org] It may be that the hemodynamic, coagulation-related, and other physiologic changes occurring at delivery and immediately postpartum predispose to both types of hemorrhage.[anesthesiology.pubs.asahq.org]

  • Placenta Accreta

    Siamese twins 678.1 slow slope active phase 661.2 spasm spondylolisthesis, pelvis 653.3 spondylolysis (lumbosacral) 653.3 spondylosis 653.0 stenosis or stricture sudden death[icd9data.com] Early blood product replacement, with consideration of volume expansion, increasing oxygen-carrying capacity, and normalization of coagulation factors, can reduce perioperative[smfm.org] […] secundines, retained - see Delivery, complicated, placenta, retained separation septate vagina 654.7 shock (birth) (obstetric) (puerperal) 669.1 short cord syndrome 663.4 shoulder[icd9data.com]

  • Eclampsia

    Siamese twins 678.1 slow slope active phase 661.2 spasm spondylolisthesis, pelvis 653.3 spondylolysis (lumbosacral) 653.3 spondylosis 653.0 stenosis or stricture sudden death[icd9data.com] […] eclampsia. [2] Imbalanced prostanoid production and increased plasma antiphospholipids have also been implicated in eclampsia. [2, 7] In murine models, placental ischemia[emedicine.com] […] secundines, retained - see Delivery, complicated, placenta, retained separation septate vagina 654.7 shock (birth) (obstetric) (puerperal) 669.1 short cord syndrome 663.4 shoulder[icd9data.com]

  • Autosomal Recessive Spastic Paraplegia Type 20

    Patients with rounded shoulders (a down-sloping acromial angle), poor muscular development • CAUSE occupations that require repetitive work at or above the shoulder are at[quizlet.com] These changes occur in the blood flow (venous stasis), changes in the vascular wall (hypotonia, endothelial lesion) and changes in the coagulation factors (increased levels[aetna.com] Atrophy of the muscles around the top and back of the shoulder may be apparent if symptoms are longstanding.[quizlet.com]

  • Hereditary Cryohydrocytosis with Reduced Stomatin

    'shoulder' pattern (familial pseudohyperkalaemia Chiswick) show pseudohyperkalaemia, because, as the cell is cooled to room temperature, there is a disparity between the[the-medical-dictionary.com] PS acts as a binding surface for prothrombinase and other coagulation factors, increasing the transformation rate of prothrombin into thrombin, a major coagulation molecule[frontiersin.org] In others, in which the temperature profile shows either a shallow slope' variant (familial pseudohyperkalaemia Edinburgh, HSt Blackburn), or U-shaped (cryohydrocytosis) or[the-medical-dictionary.com]

  • Amniotic Fluid Embolism

    Coagulation profile: Normally in pregnancy, blood coagulation factors increase.[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov] Siamese twins 678.1 slow slope active phase 661.2 spasm spondylolisthesis, pelvis 653.3 spondylolysis (lumbosacral) 653.3 spondylosis 653.0 stenosis or stricture sudden death[icd9data.com] Recombinant factor VIIa may lead to increased mortality and should not routinely be used. C1 esterase inhibitors may be a potential therapeutic option.[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov]

  • Fat Embolism

    Levels of FFAs are moderately elevated in trauma patients Coagulation theory Tissue thromboplastin is released from marrow This activates Factor VI directly, and also activates[derangedphysiology.com] Siamese twins 678.1 slow slope active phase 661.2 spasm spondylolisthesis, pelvis 653.3 spondylolysis (lumbosacral) 653.3 spondylosis 653.0 stenosis or stricture sudden death[icd9data.com] DIC then develops Moreover the activation of complement tends to create an increase in pulmonary permeability producing subsequent ARDS-like pulmonary transudate.[derangedphysiology.com]

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