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Using Factor V and VII Levels in the Evaluation of the Bleeding Patient

Description:

Vitamin K deficiency, liver disease and disseminated intravascular coagulation (DIC) are common causes of bleeding, and distinguishing between them is a common problem for physicians. Measuring levels of Factors V and VII can be helpful in separating between these conditions.

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