Localised giant haematoma and subsequent widespread purpura as a sign of acquired haemophilia A

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Abstract

Patients with acquired haemophilia A usually show widespread subcutaneous bleeding. We describe an 86-year-old man with acquired haemophilia A associated with prostate carcinoma, showing initial localised giant haematoma and subsequent widespread subcutaneous bleeding. A localised giant haematoma may present as a first and important sign of acquired haemophilia A.

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