A 46-year-old member asked:
Can children get thrombocytopenia?
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Pediatrics 25 years experience
Thrombocytopenia: in children is uncommon, but definitely possible due to a myriad of conditions.
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Internal Medicine 36 years experience
Acute ITP: Acute ITP can occur in childern, sometimes following a viral infection. It is usually a benign condition, Unlike adult ITP. It often resolves spontaneously within several months, and rarely becomes chronic.
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Last updated Sep 8, 2016
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