Kagen David, Author at Clinical Advisor

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Bleeding

Bleeding I. Problem/Condition. Bleeding that develops spontaneously, without associated surgery or injury, should be considered pathological. In addition, in postoperative or traumatic settings, bleeding that is prolonged, unusually severe, or delayed in onset suggests a possible underlying hemostatic disorder. II. Diagnostic Approach A. What is the differential diagnosis for this problem? Bleeding is most often…

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