Difference between Coagulation and Agglutination?


One of the differences between coagulation and agglutination is that coagulation is generally considered to be a normal process. If a person has a cut that bleeds, the body goes through a process to clot the blood to prevent a person from bleeding to death. Agglutination is considered an undesirable process where red blood cells clump together due to a reaction between antibodies and antigens. This can happen in a mismatched transfusion.
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