Blutungsneigung beim Kind

Hirt, A.
June 2008
Praxis (16618157);6/25/2008, Vol. 97 Issue 13, p719
Academic Journal
In this review some basic aspects of the clinical presentation, the laboratory testing and the management of a child with a bleeding tendency are discussed. It should help the physician in making the decision whether a laboratory examination in a child with a history of bleedings is necessary or not. In addition, the most frequent mechanisms for a detective hemostasis are explained.


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