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Bullous hemorrhagic dermatosis distant from the site of heparin injection

  • Author(s): Concha-Garzon, MJ;
  • Sotomayor-Lopez, E;
  • Solano-Lopez, G;
  • Fraga, J;
  • De Argila, D
  • et al.
Abstract

Enoxaparin sodium is a heparin of low molecular weight with antithrombotic properties that acts by inhibiting factor Xa. We present a 59-year-old woman who developed heparin-related bullous hemorrhagic dermatosis, at sites distant from the injections, one month after starting treatment with enoxaparin.

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