[Examination of the inhibitor to factor VIII in non-haemophilic patient].

Abstract

We examined an inhibitor to factor VIII in non-haemophilic patient who had been developed widely spread ecchymosis and intramuscular bleeding. He had no previous personal or family history of abnormal bleeding tendency. His laboratory data was all normal except examination for blood coagulation. Coagulation studies showed prolonged activated partial… (More)

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