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Minerva Medica 2002 August;93(4):309-14

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Protein S deficiency. Description of a case associated with chronic inflammatory bowel disease

Bonanni I., Bellotti P., Brignone M., Cavaliere M., Di Pede E., Parodi L., Sacco G., Bonanni F.


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Thrombotic disease is one of the most relevant clinical problems for morbility and mortality.
We can differentiate congenital and acquired forms. In this short communication we describe 1 case observed by us that seems interesting for the association of a congenital and acquired form [Protein S deficiency and inflammatory bowel disease (IBD)] and for the dramatic events suffered before receiving a complete diagnosis and therapy, indicating the importance of recollection of information from the patients, starting from anamnestic data.

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