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Minerva Ginecologica 1999 October;51(10):409-12

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Congenital deficiency of XIII factor in pregnancy. A case report

Cerenzia G., Serrao L., Carillo C., Manna M. R., Niccoli V. S.


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Congenital factor XIII deficency is a rare hemorrhagic syndrome with an altered fibrin stability, hemorrhagic diathesis and habitual abortions. After a short introduction, a case report is described and the clinical differences between plasmatic and platelet deficency pointed out.

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