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Post 111 - By: tukaram - Post Date: 5/16/2010
sir, severe malaria with multiorgan dysfunction is a close mimic of TMA in our setting. its not uncommon to have a negative smear by the time pt is referred to tertiary care unit. often there is a dilemma as to initiation of plasma exchange in this setting. any practical suggestions?
Post 112 - By: Suzanne Subritzky - Post Date: 5/13/2010
This request is on behalf of Fe Gordon Royle, Haematologist at Middelmore Hospital, Auckland, New Zealand. He wishes to use one of your platelet images in a poster for educational purposes at the hospital ( thromboprophylaxis education). Is there a fee for this or is the service free? Thank you for your help.
Post 113 - By: Magda El-Nokaly - Post Date: 4/23/2010
I want to know more about ITP relation with allergies specially mold. Also where could I find the food guidelines for ITP patients Thanks
Post 114 - By: Magda El-Nokaly - Post Date: 4/23/2010
I am to start the TPO treatement eltrombopag as a second stage. Given it is a fairly new drug where can I learn more about it? side effects etc..I was on Prednisone for 2 years. Thanks
Post 115 - By: Judith - Post Date: 4/21/2010
Can teeth problems be associated with TTP relapses? I've heard they can from nurses and doctors but I have not been able to find any information on the subject. THANKS

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