2mo old boy, previously healthy, good body weight, perinatal period all ok. 2 days ago spontaneous bleedings under the skin symmetrically proximal lateral location of both arms and legs. 1 day ago developed big tender nodules under the skin, probably hemorrages. no other findings in status except low grade fever 38.2*C last days. parents no history of coagulopathy. lab: fbc, crp, liver enzymes, pk inr ok. awaiting answer for factor 8,9 and vwf. no mucosal bleeding. any diagnostic suggestions? no suspicion of abuse.

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Two month of age we have seen late onset vitamin k deficiency keep that in mind u can give vit k now other possibility are haemophilia A or B Vwb factor deficiency or malignancy
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Could be hemophilia... Can do USG abdomen to confirm it is hemorrhage or nt...
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Late HDN. Give vit.K Rule out hemophilia, deff. of factor9
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Late onset HDN ADV. APTT RULE OUT HEMOPHILIA
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These are large subcutaneous or deeper bleeds, hence will go more in favour of a coagulopathy, it will be greatly helpful to know PTI and PTTK.
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Is Maternal uncle having same disease ? Hemophilia A if the baby is not sick
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Late onset hemorrhagic disease of newborn . PT APTT . RULE OUT HEMOPHILIA
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PT n aptt reports sir ? could be severe coagulation factor deficiency..
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Coagulation factor deficiency R/o hemophilia ?(pt/aptt/plt)
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Late HDN. Give vit.K Rule out hemophilia, deff. of factor9
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