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Hematology and Vasculature

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Phlebectasis (Dilation of Vasculature) 0
Varicose Veins 5
Absence of Vein 0
Enlarged Carotid Artery 1
Absence of Artery 0
Venous Aneurysm 0
Abdominal Vascular Anomalies Identified on CAT Scan, Ultrasound, or MRI 0
Vascular Anomalies in the Brain or Head Identified on CAT Scan, Ultrasound, or MRI 6
Thrombocytopenia (Low Platelet Count) 3
Thrombosis (Abnormal Clot Formation) 2
Other vasculature symptoms:
  • Usually with a cold and in summer especially with nosebleeds (epistaxis).
  • Poor circulation
  • When hot or nervous body will get a “lacy” looking rash.
  • When carrying child blood pools in his legs.
  • When younger blood pooled in arms.
  • Child was anemic for a year and had 2 transfusions.