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Definition of "coagulopathy" []

  • A disease which limits the coagulability of the blood (noun)
  • The condition of having a defect in the blood clotting mechanism (regardless of cause, including disease or drugs). (noun) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "coagulopathy" in a sentence
  • "The absolute contraindications for laparoscopic surgery include uncorrectable coagulopathy, intestinal obstruction, abdominal wall infection, and suspected malignant ascites."
  • "I've even picked up wrong tests coagulopathy w/u for slight bleeding gums ordered by Gyn."
  • "The venom of the viper contains several enzymes which may possibly act synergistically to produce shock, consumption coagulopathy, spontaneous haemorrhages in the organs and tissues, acute necrosis and death."