Testing regimen developed to distinguish abuse from blood disorders

02/22/2012 | ProPublica

Dr. Michael Laposata, a pathologist at Vanderbilt University, has helped create a new blood-testing regimen called the Non-Accidental Injury Coagulation Panel that he said will help distinguish cases of bleeding disorders from child abuse. The panel needs just a small amount of blood, which is important in cases involving infants, he said.

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