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ITP-like ecchymoses

ITP-like ecchymoses: Introduction

ITP-like ecchymoses: The passage of blood from ruptured blood vessels into subcutaneous tissue, marked by a purple discoloration of the skin. More detailed information about the symptoms, causes, and treatments of ITP-like ecchymoses is available below.

Symptoms of ITP-like ecchymoses

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Causes of ITP-like ecchymoses

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Misdiagnosis and ITP-like ecchymoses

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  1. ITP-like ecchymoses: Introduction
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  6. Home Testing
 

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