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Morning Report: 9-month old with Purpua

Michael Cosimini, MD and Liza Green Golan Mackintosh, MD
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Purpura is the result of hemorrhage into the skin or mucosal membrane. It may represent a relatively benign condition or herald the presence of a serious underlying disorder. The Chiefs discuss an interesting case of a 9 mos old with purpuric rash days following vaccinations. We discuss her workup and ultimate findings.

 

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