Foot And Ankle Injury In A Soccer Athlete - Page #3

Lab Studies:
No ankle x-rays done as he is able to bear weight and does not have point tenderness.

Other Studies:
There was a discussion to send him for CBC and coagulation studies due to concern for underlying bleeding disorder. During the discussion he reports that he has Hemophilia A and has been receiving infusions since he was 10 years old.

Hematology at Penn State was consulted. He has been receiving Advate 3000 international units SubQ every other day for prevention of bleeding due to Hemophilia A diagnosis. Hematology recommended continuing his regular schedule without additional doses.

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