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Blood Platelet Disorders detail Pericardial Effusion detail Chemicals related only to Blood Platelet Disorders (15) Chemicals related only to Pericardial Effusion (47) Chemicals common to Blood Platelet Disorders and Pericardial Effusion (6)

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  1. Chemicals related only to Blood Platelet Disorders (15)
  2. Chemicals related only to Pericardial Effusion (47)
  3. Chemicals common to Blood Platelet Disorders and Pericardial Effusion (6)
  4. All chemicals related to Blood Platelet Disorders (21)
  5. All chemicals related to Pericardial Effusion (53)

Top ↑ Chemicals related only to Blood Platelet Disorders (15)

1. ammonium trichloro(dioxoethylene-O,O'-)tellurate
2. Cocaine
3. eltrombopag
4. Estrogens
5. Fluorouracil
6. Isosorbide Dinitrate
7. Ketoprofen
8. lusutrombopag
9. Molsidomine
10. Nitroglycerin
11. Propranolol
12. Epoprostenol
13. titanium dioxide
14. Vitamin B 12
15. VK 744

Top ↑ Chemicals related only to Pericardial Effusion (47)

1. 2-ethylhexanoic acid
2. 5,6-dihydro-5-azacytidine
3. Alkylating Agents
4. Mesalamine
5. Amiodarone
6. Arachidonic Acid
7. arsenic trioxide
8. Aspirin, Dipyridamole Drug Combination
9. Astemizole
10. Auranofin
11. benzo(k)fluoranthene
12. Butyrates
13. Carbamazepine
14. Carmustine
15. Chlorthalidone
16. Cisapride
17. Clozapine
18. Dexamethasone
19. Dicumarol
20. docetaxel
21. Endosulfan
22. Fibrinolytic Agents
23. Firemaster 550
24. fluoranthene
25. gemcitabine
26. Haloperidol
27. Ibuprofen
28. Indomethacin
29. Itraconazole
30. Labetalol
31. Methotrexate
32. Methysergide
33. Minocycline
34. Minoxidil
35. N-(2-cyclohexyloxy-4-nitrophenyl)methanesulfonamide
36. Nadolol
37. ochratoxin A
38. Prednisolone
39. Procainamide
40. pyrazolanthrone
41. Terfenadine
42. Tetrachlorodibenzodioxin
43. Thalidomide
44. Tobacco Smoke Pollution
45. Tretinoin
46. trichostatin A
47. Warfarin

Top ↑ Chemicals common to Blood Platelet Disorders and Pericardial Effusion (6)

1. Aspirin
2. Busulfan
3. Cyclophosphamide
4. Heparin
5. Silver
6. Valproic Acid

Top ↑ All chemicals related to Blood Platelet Disorders (21)

1. ammonium trichloro(dioxoethylene-O,O'-)tellurate
2. Aspirin
3. Busulfan
4. Cocaine
5. Cyclophosphamide
6. eltrombopag
7. Estrogens
8. Fluorouracil
9. Heparin
10. Isosorbide Dinitrate
11. Ketoprofen
12. lusutrombopag
13. Molsidomine
14. Nitroglycerin
15. Propranolol
16. Epoprostenol
17. Silver
18. titanium dioxide
19. Valproic Acid
20. Vitamin B 12
21. VK 744

Top ↑ All chemicals related to Pericardial Effusion (53)

1. 2-ethylhexanoic acid
2. 5,6-dihydro-5-azacytidine
3. Alkylating Agents
4. Mesalamine
5. Amiodarone
6. Arachidonic Acid
7. arsenic trioxide
8. Aspirin
9. Aspirin, Dipyridamole Drug Combination
10. Astemizole
11. Auranofin
12. benzo(k)fluoranthene
13. Busulfan
14. Butyrates
15. Carbamazepine
16. Carmustine
17. Chlorthalidone
18. Cisapride
19. Clozapine
20. Cyclophosphamide
21. Dexamethasone
22. Dicumarol
23. docetaxel
24. Endosulfan
25. Fibrinolytic Agents
26. Firemaster 550
27. fluoranthene
28. gemcitabine
29. Haloperidol
30. Heparin
31. Ibuprofen
32. Indomethacin
33. Itraconazole
34. Labetalol
35. Methotrexate
36. Methysergide
37. Minocycline
38. Minoxidil
39. N-(2-cyclohexyloxy-4-nitrophenyl)methanesulfonamide
40. Nadolol
41. ochratoxin A
42. Prednisolone
43. Procainamide
44. pyrazolanthrone
45. Silver
46. Terfenadine
47. Tetrachlorodibenzodioxin
48. Thalidomide
49. Tobacco Smoke Pollution
50. Tretinoin
51. trichostatin A
52. Valproic Acid
53. Warfarin