İmmün trombositopenik purpura (İTP), izole trombositopeni ile kendini gösteren hematolojik bir hastalıktır. Etiyolojisinde son bir aydaki viral enfeksiyonlar sıklıkla bulunur. COVİD-19 enfeksiyonu sonrası çeşitli hematolojik komplikasyonların yanı sıra ITP gelişimi de görülebilmektedir. Bu yazıda COVİD-19 enfeksiyonu sırasında teşhis edilen ve kanama bulgusu olmayan bir çocuk akut ITP olgusu sunulmaktadır.
Immune thrombocytopenic purpura (ITP) is a hematological disease manifested by isolated thrombocytopenia. Viral infections in the last month are often found in its etiology. After COVID-19 infection, various hematological complications can be seen, as well as the development of ITP. In this article, a case of pediatric acute ITP who was diagnosed during COVID-19 infection and had no signs of bleeding is presented.
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|Year 2023 Volume: 17 Issue: 4
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