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Protein C deficiency

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Pathology

Hematological system

Anemias
Heme synthesis disorders
Coagulation disorders
Platelet disorders
Mixed platelet and coagulation disorders
Thrombosis syndromes (hypercoagulability)
Lymphomas
Leukemias
Leukemoid reaction
Dysplastic and proliferative disorders
Plasma cell dyscrasias
Hematological system pathology review

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Protein C deficiency

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Protein C deficiency

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Protein C deficiency is inherited in an autosomal (dominant/recessive) manner.

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A 31-year-old woman is hospitalized after experiencing a pulmonary embolism. She is started on warfarin therapy. 3 days later, she begins to develop well-demarcated areas of ecchymosis, necrosis, and painful, fluid-filled bullae on her extremities, breasts, and trunk. Serum laboratory studies show a deficiency in a protein that normally inactivates clotting factors V and VIII. Which of the following is the most appropriate acute management of this patient?

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