What is an Acquired Hypoprothrombinemia?

March 22 19:58 2019 Print This Article

It is defined as a condition in which there is a low level of the blood prothrombins. It is not inherited and occurs due to the certain disorders like the vitamin K deficiency.

What are the signs and symptoms of Acquired hypoprothrombinemia?

It includes the hemorrhage, bleeding problems, easy bruising, reduced blood prothrombin levels and a poor blood clotting.

What is the treatment of Acquired hypoprothrombinemia?

There is no specific treatment for this disorder.

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