The article is devoted to general issues of classification and differential diagnosis of thrombocytopathy. Features of pathogenesis, clinical course and diagnosis of certain rare inherited thrombocytopathies are highlighted. Particular attention is paid to the formation of the molecular basis of these diseases. The basic genetic mutations associated with a number of thrombocytopathies are given.
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