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Acquired haemophilia: an easy diagnosis to miss in a patient taking warfarin


Abstract Acquired Haemophilia (AH) is an autoimmune bleeding disorder, which despite being rare, can be fatal. It occurs in patients with previously normal haemostasis who spontaneously develop IgG autoantibodies against factor VIII. Unlike congenital haemophilia, it manifests as spontaneous bleeding into skin and soft tissues. The presentation can be masked…

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