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Article: [Rare causes of gastrointestinal bleeding in childhood. A clinical case of von Willebrand's disease].[show abstract] [hide abstract]
ABSTRACT: von Willebrand type I disease is an hereditary coagulation disorder characterized by a deficiency of the factor VIII complex: VIII: C, vWF:Ag, vWF:RCoF. The clinical features of this disease are spontaneous bleeding and mucosal or cutaneous bleeding following minimal injuries. The authors describe a case of a 4-year girl with recurrent episodes of gastrointestinal bleeding due to von Willebrand disease.Minerva pediatrica 01/1996; 47(12):541-3.