Fig. 4.15 Formation Of Blood Clots. (See Text For Explanation. See list of videos below.) (Sources of images below. Used with permission.)





















































































“Hemostasis: Control Of Bleeding, Coagulation And Thrombosis, Animation”
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“How Blood Clots” – (See The Figure And The Video On This Page)



“Blood Clotting Process” – (See The Video On This Page)


“Blood Clotting”


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