Population-based screening of newborns is crucial to identifying severe combined immunodeficiency before the onset of potentially fatal infection.
Because dysregulation of coagulation is a key feature of thromboinflammation, coagulation inhibitors may have therapeutic potential.
Several factors need to be considered when determining whether a child’s bleeding symptoms are the result of a coagulation disorder, physical abuse, or both.
Despite deeper understanding of some of the molecular mechanisms underlying Diamond-Blackfan anemia, the search for effective therapies is ongoing.
A 19-year-old woman presents with complaints of progressive shortness of breath, chest pain, and lower extremity edema over the past month.