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Bleeding Tendency - Symptoms

Bleeding Tendency - How to prevent?

Bleeding Tendency - Diagnosis

Clinically, vessel wall defects and platelet disorders more often will produce superficial bleeding e.g, skin petechiae and mucosal bleeding, in contrast to clotting disorders which tend to cause deep bleeding e.g. intramuscular bleed, joint bleed etc. Furthermore, certain screening blood tests as well as other confirmatory laboratory tests can differentiate the various disorders.

Bleeding Tendency - Preparing for surgery

Bleeding Tendency - Post-surgery care

Bleeding Tendency - Other Information

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