Purpura on the truncus and extremities


CLINICAL INTRODUCTION A 36-year-old woman with Down’s syndrome and spleen hypoplasia presented with a fever of 40°C lasting for 12 h. She had taken 1 mg prednisolone/day for mild graft-versus-host disease after allogeneic stem cell transplantation 4 years previously. Her BP was 91/44 mm Hg, HR 110 beats/min and RR 30 breaths/ min. Her heart sound, lung… (More)
DOI: 10.1136/emermed-2016-205777


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@inproceedings{Tanizaki2017PurpuraOT, title={Purpura on the truncus and extremities}, author={Ryutaro Tanizaki and Masaki Oya and Yousuke C. Takemura}, booktitle={Emergency medicine journal : EMJ}, year={2017} }