Easy bruising in children

W E Hathaway
Postgraduate Medicine 1977, 61 (3): 224-6, 228
It is necessary to determine whether easy bruising in children is caused by a hemorrhagic disorder. A careful history for the patient and family should be obtained and a physical examination should be done. Any positive indications of hemorrhagic diathesis call for basic coagulation screening tests.

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