Medical Definition of Fibrin degradation products

1. A test that measures fibrin degradation products which result from the dissolution of a blood clot. Normal value is less than 10 mcg/ml (micrograms per millilitre). They may be increased in conditions such as burns, placental abruption, heart disease, DIC, after massive blood transfusion, hypoxia, intrauterine foetal death, portacaval shunt, leukaemia, transfusion reaction, transplant rejection, sepsis, renal failure and preeclampsia. Acronym: FDP (23 Sep 2002)



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Fibrin Degradation Products

fibrillations
fibrillatory
fibrillatory waves
fibrillin
fibrillins
fibrillization
fibrilloflutter
fibrillogenesis
fibrillogenic
fibrillose
fibrillous
fibrils
fibrin
fibrin-stabilizing factor
fibrin calculus
fibrin degradation products (current term)
fibrin destabilase
fibrin fibrinogen degradation products
fibrin foam
fibrin thrombus
fibrin tissue adhesive
fibrinase
fibrination
fibrinations
fibrine
fibrino-
fibrinocellular
fibrinogen
fibrinogen-fibrin conversion syndrome
fibrinogenaemia

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