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García Morán, G. A., Ruiz, M., Clavijo Grimaldi, D., Mejía, O. R., García Cardona, A., Casadiego Torrado, C. A., Hernández Vela, S., Vittorino, M., & Cobos, C. (2007). Trastornos plaquetarios primarios en la especie humana: Aspectos biomédicos: biología, patobiología y bioclínica. Revista Repertorio De Medicina Y Cirugía, 16(3), 120-142. https://doi.org/10.31260/RepertMedCir.v16.n3.2007.469

Autores/as

Ggregory Alfonso García Morán
Miguel Ruiz
Dianney Clavijo Grimaldi
Omar Ramón Mejía
Ananías García Cardona
Ciro Alfonso Casadiego Torrado
Sergio Hernández Vela
Mario Vittorino
Claudia Cobos

Resumen

Las enfermedades genéticas plaquetarias son desórdenes heterogéneos, algunos de ellos muy raros, que se presentan en la medicina clínica, caracterizados por trobocitopenia, plaquetas grandes (macrotrombocitopenias) y signos variables de hemorragia, así como trombosis en otros casos. La patogénesis y patofisiología es bastante desconocida y el propósito de este artículo es proveer una estructura lógica que resuma el conocimiento actual. Abreviaturas: PQ, plaquetas.

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