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34 Possible Causes for Gingival Hematoma

  • Immune Thrombocytopenic Purpura

    OBJECTIVE: To report our experience of applying balloon tamponade in the treatment of intrauterine bleeding in two patients with immune thrombocytopenic purpura (ITP). Immune thrombocytopenic purpura is a well-known hematologic autoimmune disease. The uterus may be a major site of bleeding in patients with ITP.[…][]

  • Chronic Immune Thrombocytopenic Purpura

    Abstract Immune thrombocytopenic purpura is a relatively common disease that occurs in both pediatric and adult populations. The acute form predominates in children and the chronic form is seen much more often in adults. The diagnosis is one of exclusion but often can be made on the basis of thorough history[…][]

  • Gingival Hematoma

    Gingival enlargement with hematoma formation was seen in the area of first and second upper right molar [Figure 4] .[] , gingival bleeding, epistaxis, purpura Psychiatric Disorders: Confusion, agitation Respiratory: Tachypnea, dyspnea, hemoptysis Skin and Appendages Disorders: Rash, alopecia[] […] sulci with minimal or no provocation ( Fig. 1 ) May present with any of the following: Submucosal and/or subcutaneous hemorrage (petechiae, ecchymoses, or hematoma) Hyperplasic[]

  • Oral Leukoplakia

    The following lesions were observed in low prevalence: aphthous ulcers, atrophic tongue, petechiae and hematomas, gingival hyperplasia, mucoceles, herpes, hyperpigmentation[]

  • Urokinase

    […] hemorrhage, retroperitoneal hematoma, nausea , vomiting , orolingual edema [ Ref ] Nervous system Common (1% to 10%): Stroke, intracranial hemorrhage Frequency not reported[] […] arrest , reperfusion ventricular arrhythmias [ Ref ] Gastrointestinal Common (1% to 10%): Gastrointestinal hemorrhage , retroperitoneal hemorrhage Frequency not reported : Gingival[]

  • Anistreplase

    : Hematuria (2.4%) Hematologic: Hematoma (2.8%) Local: Bleeding at puncture sites (4.6%) Respiratory: Hemoptysis (2.2%) Drug Interactions Aminocaproic acid (antifibrinolytic[] Central nervous system: Intracranial hemorrhage (1%) Cardiovascular: Hypotension (10.4%) Gastrointestinal: Gastrointestinal hemorrhage (2%), gingival hemorrhage (1%) Genitourinary[]

  • Glanzmann Thrombasthenia

    , hemarthrosis, intracranial hemorrhage and visceral hematomas.[] Gingival bleeding common in GT is absent in this case, but echymotic patches over the pressure areas are indicative of exaggeration of normal bleeding phenomenon.[] It is important to note that deep visceral hematomas, a characteristic of coagulation disorders such as hemophilia, are not usually seen.[]

  • Gingival Disorder

    […] sulci with minimal or no provocation ( Fig. 1 ) May present with any of the following: Submucosal and/or subcutaneous hemorrage (petechiae, ecchymoses, or hematoma) Hyperplasic[] Surgical exploration, however, revealed a large hematoma between the periosteum and the lateral aspect of the ramus of the mandible.[] gingival tissues, oral ulceration and oral infection (e.g., herpes simplex virus, candidiasis) Swollen joints (hemarthrosis) Signs of an underlying systemic disease (e.g.[]

  • Avitaminosis A

    Deficiencia de vitamina C (ácido ascórbico): Resequedad y formación de horquilla en el cabello, gingivitis (inflamación de las encías), encías sangrantes, piel áspera, reseca[] […] y descamativa, disminución de la tasa de cicatrización de heridas, tendencia a la formación de hematomas, sangrados nasales, debilitamiento del esmalte de los dientes, dolor[]

  • Hereditary Factor XIII A Subunit Deficiency

    , bleeding after circumcision, gastrointestinal bleeding, gingival bleeding, epistaxis, hematuria, surgical site bleeding, menorrhagia, joint bleeding, delayed healing, spontaneous[] […] chromosome 1 Clinical features Variable bleeding tendency, from mild to severe depending on factor levels Umbilical cord stump bleeding, intracranial hemorrhage, soft tissue hematoma[]

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