Diagnosis in Blood Disorder

The diagnosis of blood disorders depends on the person's symptoms and physical examination results. If suspected disease is related to blood a complete blood count and other tests have to be done to identify the specific diagnosis. A bleeding disorder is a state which involves the effect of blood coagulation. To diagnose the bleeding disorder physician will ask the patient's symptoms and medical history. The physical examination will also perform to the patient. The crucial and proper diagnosis involves blood tests. Complete blood count test estimates the amount of RBC and WBC in the whole body as well as platelet aggregation test measures the clumping of platelets. Bleeding time test estimates the immediate clotting of blood to prevent bleeding. Severe anemia includes cardiac murmur, koilonychias, tachycardia, conjunctival pallor. Immoderate bleeding, bruising after minor dental procedures, menorrhagia leads to platelet disorders. Hematothrosis can be noticed in coagulation factor defects. In the case of liver failure, Hepatomegaly can happen. Examination of mucous membranes and nails may lead to anemic condition and examination of lymph nodes leads to lymphoma or leukaemia.

  • Complete Blood count test
  • Clotting tests
  • CT &MRI scans

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