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To write a clinical book on such a fluid subject takes courage. Many of the syndromes which have to be described are in the newborn stage, such as the PTC deficiency, PTA deficiency and parahemophilia; many other conditions, although recognized as entities for a longer time, have very indefinite clinical connotations, such as "pseudohemophilia"; many other conditions, finally, have the sole support of highly specialized tests, that cannot be handled with accuracy by the majority of the clinical laboratories, such as the hemorrhagic disorders due to anticoagulants in circulation and the bleeding tendency of dysproteinemias.
Furthermore, in writing such a
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The Hemorrhagic Disorders.. Ann Intern Med. 1956;44:1277. doi: 10.7326/0003-4819-44-6-1277
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