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What is Coagulopathy?

Description of the disease

Coagulopathy is a group of disorders of the blood clotting system, which can lead to disturbances in the blood clotting process. This can cause bleeding or the formation of blood clots.


  • By causes: congenital and acquired
  • By type of bleeding: internal and external


Symptoms of coagulopathy may include blood clotting disorders, excessive bleeding, bruising, joint bleeding.


Causes of coagulopathy can be various, including genetic predispositions, liver disorders, intake of certain medications.


To diagnose coagulopathy, blood clotting tests, physical examination, ultrasound, MRI are used.


Treatment of coagulopathy may include the use of medications to improve blood clotting, platelet transfusion, surgical intervention.


Prevention of coagulopathy includes control of medication intake, a healthy lifestyle, regular medical check-ups.


Coagulopathy treatment is carried out by a hematologist or therapist.

Note: This material is provided for informational purposes only and is not medical advice.