[Treatment of a septic patient with acquired haemophilia].


INTRODUCTION Acquired haemophilia is a rare bleeding diathesis caused by auto-immune depletion of factor VIII. It is characterised by spontaneous haemorrhagic syndrome, which can be fatal sometimes. EXEGESIS A 71 year-old man presents in a dysimmunitary context (rheumatoid arthritis complicates by an acquired haemophilia) a septicemia with a methicillin… (More)


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@article{Laporte2003TreatmentOA, title={[Treatment of a septic patient with acquired haemophilia].}, author={Franck Laporte and Philippe Cestac and V Favre and X Seree DeRoch and Shirin Khatibi and E Bonnet and Patrice Massip and Pi{\`e}rre Si{\'e} and Brigitte Bellon}, journal={La Revue de medecine interne}, year={2003}, volume={24 10}, pages={692-5} }