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The factor V Leiden mutation is the most common cause of activated protein C (APC) resistance, and most common genetic risk factor for thrombosis. Approximately 3-8% of the population is heterozygous, and have an estimated 5-10 fold increased risk of thrombosis. Homozygotes have a 50-100 fold increased risk.
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