A case of hematidrosis successfully treated with propranolol.

@article{Wang2010ACO,
  title={A case of hematidrosis successfully treated with propranolol.},
  author={Zhaoyue Wang and Ziqiang Yu and Jian Min Su and Lijuan Cao and Xiaojuan Zhao and Xia Bai and Shenghua Zhan and Tianqin Wu and Linjuan Jin and Pin Zhou and Chang-geng Ruan},
  journal={American journal of clinical dermatology},
  year={2010},
  volume={11 6},
  pages={
          440-3
        }
}
We report a typical case of hematidrosis in a Chinese girl who had experienced frequent bleeding episodes for more than 3 years. During hospitalization, spontaneous bleeding from her intact skin was witnessed by our staff on more than 20 occasions. Characteristically, bloody droplets from the intact skin contained all blood components. Histopathologic examination showed some inconspicuous abnormalities, with normal sweat gland structure containing no blood, and bloody exudate also came from… CONTINUE READING
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