Nowadays, increasing attention has been focused on relation between increased D-dimer levels and cancer among patients without detectable thrombosis. was to measure plasma D-dimer levels in portal and peripheral blood in pancreatic cancer patients with absence of venous thromboembolism. <bold>Material and methods. </bold>Fifteen consecutive patients hospitalized in the Department...
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