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    An Introduction to Thrombosis

    Thrombosis refers to the formulation of a thrombus within a blood vessel, disrupting the normal blood flow through the circulatory system. Anticoagulation therapy with vitamin K-antagonists such as warfarin with heparin was the long-standing gold-standard treatment for thrombotic conditions. However, the introduction of direct oral anticoagulants changed the treatment paradigm and are now the first-line treatment of choice for eligible patients.

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