Acquired qualitative platelet disorders

Alternative names
Acquired qualitative platelet disorders; Acquired platelet function defect

Acquired platelet function defects are non-hereditary diseases or associated conditions that cause the platelets (the blood cells essential for coagulation) to not function properly.

see Acquired qualitative platelet disorders in Encyclopedia.

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