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Blood Coagulation Disorders Among the Iranian Population: a Systematic Review

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(2023) Blood Coagulation Disorders Among the Iranian Population: a Systematic Review. Clinical Laboratory. pp. 1561-1568. ISSN 14336510 (ISSN)

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Background: Blood coagulation disorders are one of the causes of mortality. Therefore, the study of coagulation disorders is also important. This systematic review was conducted to investigate blood coagulation disorders in the Iranian population. Methods: Searches in electronic databases such as Web of Science, PubMed, Scopus, SID, ProQuest, and Magiran from May 10, 1990 to May 10, 2019 were performed according to PRISMA guidelines. Cross-sectional, cohort, experimental, and case-control studies were included according to the inclusion criteria without gender and language restrictions. Results: After screening and selection, 14 studies were selected for data extraction. Accordingly, the most common blood coagulation disorder in the south of Iran was a defect in FXIII (599 of 1,165). C.559T>C (27 of 189) and c.562T>C (20 of 189) mutations had the highest frequency. The most common FXIII polymorphism among the Iranian Azerbaijanis was Val34Leu (203 of 410). The second most common coagulation disorder was FV Leiden (396 of 1,165). Then, c.1691G>A (151 of 396) was the most common mutation. Conclusions: This study shows that the most critical coagulation disorder among the Iranian population is FXIII deficiency and the most common mutation is c.562T>C. © 2023 Verlag Klinisches Labor GmbH. All rights reserved.

Item Type: Article
Keywords: blood coagulation disorders Iran mutation systematic review adult blood clotting disorder central nervous system data base deep vein thrombosis eligibility criteria female human male Medline practice guideline Review sickle cell anemia thrombophilia von Willebrand disease Web of Science cross-sectional study genetic polymorphism genetics Cross-Sectional Studies Humans Polymorphism, Genetic
Page Range: pp. 1561-1568
Journal or Publication Title: Clinical Laboratory
Journal Index: Scopus
Volume: 69
Number: 8
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ISSN: 14336510 (ISSN)
Depositing User: مهندس مهدی شریفی

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