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MCV/Q, Medical College of Virginia Quarterly
The following report describes the occurrence, in four women, of an abnormal response to bruising, characterized by local pain, swelling, and extension of bleeding into adjacent areas, often to a serious extent. The histories and laboratory investigations suggest that, in these patients, there has occurred a sensitization against one of their own body tissues, namely red blood cells.
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