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Mannucci PM, Duga S, Peyvandi E Recessively inherited coagulation disorders.
6,18) It is our strong impression that both of our patients who had a previously unidentified coagulation disorder experienced a characteristic type of post-tonsillectomy hemorrhage: bilateral bleeding of increasing intensity that required repeated local treatments under general anesthesia.
Coagulation disorders, in: Williams Hematology, 5th edition.
In conclusion, I can very highly recommend the Quick Guide to Coagulation Testing to practicing clinical pathologists, pathology residents, laboratory professionals, and clinicians who see patients with coagulation disorders.
There are also many acquired coagulation disorders, which are more frequent and complex than genetic variation (HANDIN 1998).
Clinical and family histories pertaining to bleeding abnormalities are extremely important in evaluating hereditary coagulation disorders.
Post circumcision bleeding, haemarthrosis, haematomas are characteristic of coagulation disorders (Grade B, level IIb).
We performed MT with local anaesthesia, conscious sedation and only two points of entry that was less invasive and offered numerous profits: (a) avoidance of endotracheal intubation and general anaesthesia in a cirrhotic patient with coagulation disorders (b) section of adhesions in the empyema (c) drainage of complicated HH (d) evaluation of the lung re-expansion capacity (e) better immediate and late postoperative patient condition, (f) less deterioration of lungs function, (g) tissue collection for histologic and microbiologic analysis, (h) reduction in postoperative hospital stay and no need for intensive care unit.
Rare inherited coagulation disorders in Southern Iran include factor X, factor VII, factor XIII, factor I and factor XI deficiency in the descending order of frequency whereas from India it is factor X deficiency followed by factor XIII, I, VII and V in the same order.
14) While many studies have found that PDT is just as safe as conventional open tracheostomy in carefully selected groups of patients, authors have also advised surgeons to be cautious of its use in certain high-risk populations, including those with coagulation disorders.
These include type II diabetes, atherosclerosis, hypertension, congestive heart failure, pulmonary disease, several forms of cancer; renal disease, liver and gall bladder diseases, polycystic ovarian syndrome, coagulation disorders, sleep apnea, stroke, osteoarthritis, gynecological problems, and ocular diseases.