Stern, Shmuel; Dreskin, O. Herman
August 1957
Angiology;Aug1957, Vol. 8 Issue 4, p337
Academic Journal
Five cases with bleeding complications during anticoagulant therapy are described. Each harbored a pre-existing pathologic lesion. In three cases the hemorrhage served as the very first symptom of obscure lesion. Bleeding complications during anticoagulant therapy have been discussed and the importance of careful evaluation of such episodes has been stressed.


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