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Splenic Artery Thrombosis in a Patient with Prothrombin Gene Mutation. Jennifer Teeter, D.O. Mentor: Dr. Kamal D. Tourbaf, M.D. Virchow’s triad. The major theory delineating the pathogenesis of thrombosis Alterations in blood flow Vascular endothelial injury
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Jennifer Teeter, D.O.
Mentor: Dr. Kamal D. Tourbaf, M.D.
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