Bleeding Disorders. Meera Shreedhara 8/25/08. What is it?. A bleeding disorder is an acquired or inherited tendency to bleed excessively. Mechanisms of bleeding. Vascular Integrity Platelets Clotting factors Fibrinolysis Derangement of any of these factors can cause abnormal bleeding.
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Its better to bleed than clot!