Clinical Case Studies
Dr. Charles Nakar
Indiana Hemophilia & Thrombosis Center
A new ICD-10-CM comes into effect to code for a diagnosis of Plasminogen Deficiency (type 1/type 2)
It is often challenging for physicians to identify signs and symptoms of ultra-rare diseases such as Plasminogen Deficiency. Raise your suspicions and consider the possibility of seeing a PLGD patient in your practice!
In this video, Dr. Shapiro provides recommendations for optimal management of PLGD patients!
Lesions tend to occur throughout life and, in the absence of replacement therapy, tend to recur after surgical excision, hence may lead to permanent disability, such as loss of eyesight or bronchial or ureteric obstruction.References:
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