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Antenatal identification of factor VII Padua during a healthy pregnancy: implications for labor and delivery
Case Reports in Perinatal Medicine
AbstractWe present a case in which a 28-year-old pregnant woman (para 1) was suspected to have inherited factor VII (FVII) deficiency following investigation for recurrent mild easy bruising. However, this was ruled out by identification of a rare FVII variant not associated with an increased bleeding risk. This allowed usual obstetric care to proceed without any restrictions, facilitating an uncomplicated spontaneous vaginal delivery at term.doi:10.1515/crpm-2013-0011 fatcat:wijbehljyzaufcg67x6nvrxzme