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Progress in the field of hemorrhagic diseases is such that all the textbooks dealing with the clinical diagnosis by laboratory methods are obsolete in regard to this particular subject.
In spite of advances in this area, the diagnosis of hemorrhagic conditions is often still based upon the methods of whole blood coagulation time, recalcification of plasma, "prothrombin time," impaired prothrombin consumption or prolongation of the whole blood coagulation time. However, today the differentiation of these conditions requires more refined methods. Such methods are now available only in
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The Coagulation of Blood: Methods of Study.. Ann Intern Med. 1955;42:1336–1337. doi: 10.7326/0003-4819-42-6-1336_2
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