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Case 100 (part D) – summary

The patient had mild thrombocytopenia and has suffered epistaxis. Epistaxis is relatively common and therefore structural causes should also be looked into. This is especially so if the nose bleeds are unilateral. There is a wide differential of why someone … Continue reading

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Case 100 (part D) – update

You repeat the FBC and it shows similar results Hb 141g/l (130-180) MCV 89fl (82-98) WCC 7.5×109/l (4-11) Neutrophils 4.7×109/l (1.7-7.5) Lymphocytes 2.1×109/l  (1.5-4.5) Platelets 70×109/l (150-450) Coagulation screen – normal U&E/LFT – normal Blood film: Questions What is the … Continue reading

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Case 1 – update 2

Hello all. Thank you for your comments on investigations for HIT. As mentioned by a number of contributers there are a number of tests available when investigating a patient for possible HIT. These are summarised in a comment from a … Continue reading

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