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Case 53 – summary

Lauren is a 34 year old woman with a postpartum acquired haemophilia. The presentation and diagnosis of this disorder has been discussed in the previous posts; the management is what concerns us at this point. The traditional approach to the … Continue reading

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Case 53 – update 2

Lauren, 34 had a baby 4 months ago and recently consulted her GP with marked easy bruising. Her GP did some blood tests which revealed a prolonged APTT at 69 seconds. The lab did extra tests to establish than rather … Continue reading

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Case 53 – update 1

Yesterday we met Lauren, a 34 year old who went to see her GP with easy bruising. She felt this was a new problem, although she mentioned her sister bruised easily. We explored this a little further. Her sister had … Continue reading

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Case 53 – the beginning

Welcome to the new case for the week. Please read the case, consider the questions posed and share your thoughts via twitter using #teamhaem @teamhaem. Lauren is a 34 year old woman who contacted her GP when she developed some … Continue reading

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Case 35 – update 2

We have diagnosed our patient with acquired haemophilia A. They have also had a CT scan which is highly suspicious of a caecal cancer. Given the acquired haemophilia it was felt unsafe to proceed with invasive investigations for the caecal … Continue reading

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