coagulation disorder


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coagulation disorder

See Coagulopathy.
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coagulation disorder, renal or hepatic failure); no intake of any medication, in particular acetylsalicylic acid or nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory agents within 1 week of the study; no alcohol or drug abuse and smoking; and haematocrit (Hct), activated partial thromboplastin time (aPTT), international normalised ratio (INR) and platelet values within the normal range (Figure 1).
Among congenital bleeding disorders, the most common coagulation disorders include von Willebrand factor deficiency, hemophilia A and hemophilia B.
77 Table 6: Causes of Menorrhagia Cause Number Percentage DUB 24 96 Coagulation disorders -- -- Hypothyroidism 1 4 Table 7: Etiology of Primary Amenorrhoea Etiology Number Percentage Imperforate hymen 1 33.
Bleeding disorders maybe classified into coagulation disorders, thrombocytopenic purpuras or non thrombocytopenic purpuras.
A CVC was scheduled in 15 patients with a coagulation disorder (platelet count under 50000 /[micro]l and/or International Normalised Ratio >1.
In the exercise literature there are also a few anecdotal reports of acute venous thrombosis with DVT/PE occurring in a runner, but most of these cases have a reason, such as an identifiable coagulation disorder.
Baldwin died from a blood coagulation disorder unrelated to radiation or any other exposure.
With advances in laboratory testing, more than half of idiopathic VTE cases can be attributed to a specific coagulation disorder.
Exclusion criteria included preexisting liver dysfunction including chronic hepatitis, cirrhotic liver disease, preoperative coagulopathy or distinctive paraneoplastic coagulation disorder (PT >15 seconds or platelet count <100x[10.
This retrospective study showed that hemophilia A was the most common inherited coagulation disorder found among our patients (17.