The fractal geometry of blood clots
Keywords:Blood, Coagulation, Acoustic vibration, Blood clots, Blood coagulation, Dynamic process, Fractal geometry, High resolution, SIMPLE method
AbstractWe describe a simple method to characterize the fractal dimension of blood coagulation using high-resolution vital light microscopy. We also report that the fractal dimension is a dynamic process that can be influenced by external acoustic vibrations.
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