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Blood Patient with bleeding and this coag panel

A 24-year-old patient with a congenital bleeding disorder undergoes routine laboratory testing. Relevant results include:

Leukocyte count: 4,900/mm3
Hemoglobin: 14.4 g/dL
Hematocrit: 43%
Platelet count: 187,000/mm3
Bleeding time: 12 minutes
Prothrombin time: 13 seconds
Partial thromboplastin time (activated): 33 seconds


Which is the likely diagnosis?
  • A. Idiopathic thrombocytopenic purpura
  • B. von Willebrand’s disease
  • C. Factor IX deficiency
  • D. Bernard-Soulier disease
  • E. Hemolytic uremic syndrome
Which of the following is deficient in this patient?
  • A. Factor VIII
  • B. Platelets
  • C. Factor IX
  • D. Glycoprotein Ib
  • E. Glycoprotein IIa
Which accounts for the prolonged activated partial thromboplastin time that is observed in von Willebrand’s disease?
  • A. Insufficient Factor IX
  • B. Insufficient Factor VIII
  • C. Insufficient Factor V
  • D. Insufficient thromboxane A2
  • E. Insufficient Protein S


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give the normal values. . .
by guess i suppose only BT in increased,so D

Q2 D
Q3 B
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it is bernard souliers disease
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give the normal values. . .
by guess i suppose only BT in increased,so D

Q2 D
Q3 B
it is correct
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I disagree

Bernard Soulier Disease is not congenital disease, it's inherited but not congenital. Your thread title is wrong.
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