Last updated: Tuesday, 30, November, 2010
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Primary pathological fibrinogenolysis
Primary fibrinogenolysis is an uncommon acquired bleeding disorder which should be distinguished from DIC with secondary fibrin lysis.
Review clinical features; FBC, blood film, platelet count; APTT, PT, thrombin time, fibrinogen; fibrin degradation products or D-dimers.
Severe liver disease
See Carcinoma-Prostatic carcinoma
Amniotic fluid embolism
See Thrombolytic therapy.
See Snake bite.