ReDIP, the Italian network for the diagnosis of congenital platelet function disorders

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Congenital platelet function disorders (cPFD) are associated with an increased risk of mucocutaneous bleeding of various levels of severity; they may be classified based on abnormalities of platelet components that share common characteristics: i) platelet receptors for adhesive proteins; ii) platelet receptors for soluble agonists; iii) platelet granules; iv) signal transduction pathways; v) procoagulant phospholipids; less well characterized PFD aregrouped in a sixth category of miscellaneous abnormalities [...].



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Cattaneo, M., Ghali, C., & Scavone, M. (2024). ReDIP, the Italian network for the diagnosis of congenital platelet function disorders. Bleeding, Thrombosis and Vascular Biology, 3(1).