Owren disease

Ow·ren dis·ease

(ō-ren), [MIM*227400]
a congenital deficiency of factor V, resulting in prolongation of prothrombin time; bleeding and clotting times are consistently prolonged; autosomal recessive inheritance caused by mutation in the F5 gene on chromosome 1q.

Ow·ren dis·ease

(ō'ren di-zēz')
A congenital deficiency of factor V, resulting in prolongation of prothrombin time; bleeding and clotting times are consistently prolonged; autosomal recessive inheritance caused by mutation in the F5 gene on chromosome 1q.

Owren,

Paul Arnor, Norwegian hematologist, 1905–.
Owren disease - congenital deficiency of factor V, resulting in prolongation of prothrombin time and coagulation time.

Ow·ren dis·ease

(ō'ren di-zēz') [MIM*227400]
A congenital deficiency of factor V, resulting in prolongation of prothrombin time; bleeding and clotting times are consistently prolonged.