Saving Life if Recognized, Causing Mortality if not Recognized: Acquired Hemophilia A

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Tekin Güney


Acquired hemophilia A is a bleeding disorder caused by antibodies to factor VIII. Patients typically present with an isolated prolonged activated partial thromboplastin time due to FVIII deficiency. In the control of acquired hemophilia, it is important the diagnosis time. In this case, I presented a case of acquired hemophilia A, which I diagnosed after massive bleeding after pregnancy.

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