Thank you for answer.The cascade itself is not that high-yield. You should know, instead, what factors belong to each pathway.
Just to add in yours,Remember for startig from 12 (twelve)Intrinsic Path: every alphabet in the end is the start for other..Thank you for answer.
Yes I know, but sometimes in questions you need choose exact number... Anyway I need to memorize "I it is fibrinogen; IV it is Ca++; VIII - antihem A; IX - cristmas f. or antihem B... etc" Also in Kaplan QBook there is explanation that all factors (excl VIII) synthesized in liver but VII affected first and much more because the VII factor has shortest half-life. Actually I didn't understand it clear - because usually we talk about chronic disease, so all factors must be affected (except VIII).
I found a picture in Goljan path, may be it could help me to memorize something in it. I think my brain doesn't see any association with roman numerals :toosad: