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PP-285 Acute Myocardial Infarction and Subsequently In-stent Thrombosis Associated with Occult Essential Thrombocytosis

Complete blood count revealed a white blood cell count of 9.000/mm3 with a normal differential, red blood cell count of 3.5x106/mm3, hematocrit of 40.2%, and platelet count of 238.000/mm3. Thrombotic complications after percutaneous coronary intervention, such as early stent thrombosis, were more li... Full description

Journal Title: The American journal of cardiology 2014, Vol.113 (7), p.S120-S121
Main Author: Işılak, Z
Other Authors: Tezcan, M , Atalay, M , Kardeşoğlu, E
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  • Heart attacks
  • Medical imaging
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description: Complete blood count revealed a white blood cell count of 9.000/mm3 with a normal differential, red blood cell count of 3.5x106/mm3, hematocrit of 40.2%, and platelet count of 238.000/mm3. Thrombotic complications after percutaneous coronary intervention, such as early stent thrombosis, were more likely because of the presence of occult ET, and thus platelet-lowering therapy with hydroxyurea (500 mg/day) was initiated.
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