Bertil Glader

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  • Approach to the bleeding child PEDIATRIC CLINICS OF NORTH AMERICA Allen, G. A., Glader, B. 2002; 49 (6): 1239-?


    Because bruising and bleeding are normal events of childhood, the pediatrician must be able to determine whether a child's symptoms are normal or perhaps indicative of a defective hemostasis. A thorough medical history and physical examination should enable the clinician to choose those patients warranting further evaluation. Rather than referral to a hematologist at that point in time, pediatricians should be quite capable of performing the initial laboratory evaluation and making the correct diagnosis in a majority of cases.

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