Bernard-Soulier Syndrome, also known as hemorrhagiparous thrombocytic dystrophy, is an extremely rare genetic disorder that is characterized by the absence of glycoprotein which is vital to clot formation. The symptoms of Bernard-Soulier Syndrome include postoperative bleeding, easy bruising, and bleeding gums. Bernard-Soulier Syndrome is usually treated with medications that promote clotting, but can also be treated with a platelet transfusion. There is no cure for Bernard-Soulier Syndrome, but symptoms sometimes subside as the person gets older.
Bernard-soulier Syndrome Bioinformatics Tool
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