Autoerythrozytäre Purpura

(Gardner-Diamond syndrome) The autoerythrozytäre purpura is a rare disease that affects only women. It is characterized by local pain and burning, painful bruising that occur mainly on the extremities, go ahead. A autoerythrozytäre Purpura typically occurs in fair-skinned women who suffer from emotional stress or a concomitant psychiatric disorder. The recurring ecchymosis are painful and can spontaneously or after trauma or surgery occur. Bruising from trauma can occur at various…

September 3, 2018
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