2) In addition to trauma, bleeding diatheses
, regional vascular anomalies, occipital surgery, and pituitary hemorrhage have all been described as inciting factors.
This can also be the first presentation of bleeding diatheses
, requiring a full work-up.
2] Other complications of varicella are myocarditis, corneal lesions, nephritis, arthritis, bleeding diatheses
, acute glomerulonephritis and hepatitis.
involved warfarin administration for various conditions in 17 patients, liver dysfunction in 3, thrombocytopenia in 4 and von Willebrand's disease in 1.
While the majority of excess bleeds are not related to haematological disorders, in certain series, bleeding diatheses
accounted for 5 - 20% of underlying causes.
In the past decades, significant advances have been made in understanding coagulation disorders, including thrombophilias and bleeding diatheses
It is usually observed when the infant is 5-9 days old; signs include irritability, seizures, respiratory distress, jaundice, bleeding diatheses
, shock, and often vesicular exanthema (3,4).
14) Bleeding diatheses
due to vascular malformations may give a bleeding pattern similar to platelet disorders, but is often more focal than diffuse.
Because bleeding is a common complication of these procedures, patients with uncorrectable bleeding diatheses
may not be good candidates, especially for IGPNB using large cutting needles.
Factors associated with early death in TAM include a high white cell count, increased liver enzymes, failure to normalize the blood count, ascites, preterm delivery, bleeding diatheses
and failure of spontaneous remission.