[Bernard-Soulier thrombopathy: a diagnostic pitfall].


First described in 1948, Bernard-Soulier syndrome is an uncommon hereditary thrombopathy characterized by abnormal expression of the GPIb-IX-V complex which inhibits platelet migration to the site of endothelial trauma. Our case illustrates the pathophysiological mechanisms involved and points out the similarity with idiopathic thrombopenic purpura. 


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