The vWF multimer analysis is able to differentiate children with a structurally normal vWF (Type 1) from children with a structurally abnormal vWF (Type 2) and is often able to identify the subtype of patients with Type 2 VWD.
Once a person is diagnosed with VWD, further testing such as vWF multimer analysis and ristocetin-induced platelet aggregation (RIPA) should be performed to determine the subtype.
Another type of CMT, called CMTX, is usually considered a subtype of CMT1 because it affects the myelin, but it has a different type of inheritance than type 1 or type 2.
It is generally considered to be an impulse control disorder but is sometimes classified as either a subtype or variant of obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD).
Up to 90 percent of cases of type 1 diabetes are the autoimmune subtype, sometimes called type 1A or immune-mediated diabetes.
The detection of gene alteration(s) can confirm a diagnosis and can determine the type and subtype of VWD.
Each subtype exhibits particular behaviors that make up the general symptoms of a child with AD/HD.
Depending on the subtype, patients with type 2 VWD either have increased or decreased RIPA.
Letter Three: T or F: The third subtype is a measure of how people use judgment.
The other subtype of type 1 diabetes is called idiopathic, or type 1B diabetes.