Successful management of life-threatening hemorrhage in a patient with synchronous lupus anticoagulant and factor VIII inhibitor.


Acquired factor VIII inhibitor is increasingly recognized as a cause of major soft tissue hemorrhage. The laboratory diagnosis can be obscured by the synchronous presence of the lupus anticoagulant, an extremely rare occurrence that has been reported outside the vascular surgery literature. Vascular surgeons should be knowledgeable of factor VIII inhibitor… (More)


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