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A comparative study between light transmission aggregometry and flow cytometric platelet aggregation test for the identification of platelet function defects in patients with bleeding

Sharma P, Sachdeva MUS, Kumar N, Bose S, Bose P, Uppal V, Malhotra P, Bansal D, Varma N, Ahluwalia J

Background Platelet aggregation studies using conventional light transmission aggregometry (LTA) have several disadvantages and require strict pre-analytical measures for reliable results. We aimed to examine the utility of flow cytometric platelet aggregation...
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Monitoring the Antiplatelet Effect of Cilostazol with Light Transmission Aggregometer: Two Cases of Possible Cilostazol Resistance

Shim H, Jang S, Park CJ, Chi HS, Lee SW, Park SW

BACKGROUND: Coronary artery disease is an important cause of death in adults and stent insertion is one of the treatment modalities. The most severe adverse effect of a stent insertion...
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Degree of conversion of resin composite cured by light through a translucent fiber posts

Urapepon S

PURPOSE: This study evaluated the depth of cure of resin composite cured by light through a translucent fiber post. MATERIALS AND METHODS: The opaque plastic tubes in various lengths of 2,...
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The Effect of Hydrophilic Treatment of PMMA using Hydrolysis on Cell Attachment and Light Transmission in Vitro(I)

Joo CK, Park JY, Seo SW, Lee JH

  • KMID: 2336636
  • J Korean Ophthalmol Soc.
  • 1998 Jan;39(1):65-72.
Polymethyl-methacrylate(PMMA) has been used for a proper material of intraocular lens(IOL) but it can induce cyanopsia in psedophakia due to deficiency of light blockage, and corneal endothelial damage or deposition...
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