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Congenital thrombotic disease due to protein C deficiency

Congenital thrombotic disease due to protein C deficiency: Introduction

Congenital thrombotic disease due to protein C deficiency: A rare blood disorder where deficiency of protein C (anticoagulation agent) results in a predisposition for the formation of blood clots. The severity of the condition is variable. Homozygotes tend to have more severe symptoms while most heterozygotes are asymptomatic. Deficiency of protein C can be an inherited trait or may be acquired through liver disease and after surgery. More detailed information about the symptoms, causes, and treatments of Congenital thrombotic disease due to protein C deficiency is available below.

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