Acquired hemophilia A presenting in an elderly man
- Why do we get bruises? // Science World;9/17/2007, Vol. 64 Issue 2, p16
The article provides information on the development of bruises.
- HIV deaths. // New Scientist;9/9/95, Vol. 147 Issue 1994, p13
Reports on the results of an Oxford Hemophilia Center study indicating that the increase in hemophiliacs' death rates in the 1990s is attributable to HIV infections. Death rate of hemophiliacs not infected with HIV; Hemophiliacs' inability to manufacture factor VIII in their blood.
- Human placental lactogen and color Doppler in predicting expulsion of retained adherent placenta: a new clinical observation. Zepiridis, L.; Zafrakas, M.; Theodoridis, T. D.; Assimakopoulos, E.; Tzevelekis, P.; Athanatos, D.; Bontis, J. N.; Tarlatzis, B. C. // Archives of Gynecology & Obstetrics;Dec2009, Vol. 280 Issue 6, p1041
To present a new clinical observation made in three cases of retained adherent placenta, a rare obstetrical complication, associated with potentially life-threatening hemorrhage. Three consecutive cases of retained adherent placenta are presented. Diagnosis of placenta increta in two and...
- Spondylodiscitis from infection of central venous line inserted for haemophilia prophylaxis. Thachil, Jecko; Pillai, Arvind; Martlew, Vanessa // Annals of Hematology;Jul2012, Vol. 91 Issue 7, p1151
A letter to the editor related to complications in insertion of central venous access devices in patients with hemophilia is presented.
- Blunt trauma resulting in pneumothorax with progression to pneumoperitoneum: a unique diagnosis with predicament in management. Curfman, Karleigh R.; Robitsek, R. Jonathan; Sammett, David; Schubl, Sebastian D. // Journal of Surgical Case Reports;Dec2015, Vol. 2015 Issue 12, p1
Here, we present a case of pneumoperitoneum caused by traumatic pneumothorax after a fall. The patient is an 82-year-old male who was brought into the emergency department after being found at the bottom of a flight of stairs with a bleeding scalp laceration. Upon presentation, the patient...
- Air Abrasion: Truly Minimally Invasive Technique. Farooq, Imran; Imran, Zonera; Farooq, Umer // International Journal of Prosthodontics & Restorative Dentistry;Jul-Sep2011, Vol. 1 Issue 2, p105
Minimally invasive dentistry concept is now an essential part of dental procedures. Many novel materials and techniques have now been developed that are in line with the MI (minimal intervention) philosophy. One such technique is air abrasion. An attempt has been made in this article to cover...
- bruise. // Taber's Cyclopedic Medical Dictionary (2009);2009, Issue 21, p323
A definition of the term "bruise," which refers to a traumatic injury in which blood vessels are broken but tissue surfaces remain intact, is presented.
- When he hurts his hip. // Equus;Jun2009, Issue 381, p25
The article offers tips on how to deal with horses who hurt their hips. Most horses who hit their hips can develop bruises, minor scrapes, and an injury called knocked-down hip. The author stresses the importance of determining the causes of why a horse hurt his hip. He also adds that actions...
- Bone bruises associated with acute ankle ligament injury: do they need treatment? Longo, Umile; Loppini, Mattia; Romeo, Giovanni; van Dijk, C.; Maffulli, Nicola; Denaro, Vincenzo // Knee Surgery, Sports Traumatology, Arthroscopy;Jun2013, Vol. 21 Issue 6, p1261
Purpose: The aim of this systematic review is to analyse the current knowledge, incidence, relevance, and need for treatment of bone bruises associated with acute ankle ligament injury. Methods: A search was made of PubMed, OVID/Medline, Cochrane databases using the keyword 'bone bruises' in...