Bleeding Gums – Medical Question

A 28-year-old woman comes to the physician concerned about bleeding gum that she has been experiencing when she brushes her teeth. Her laboratory results show an increased partial thromboplastin time and an increased bleeding time, but are otherwise unremarkable. Which of the following treatments will most likely alleviate this patient’s symptoms?
USMLE Step 1 Question Bank - Bleeding Gum - Treatment and management

A- Cryoprecipitate
B- Factor VIII concentrate
C- Fresh frozen plasma
D- Low-molecular-weight heparin
E- Protamine sulfate

 

 

 

 

 

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