classic hemophilia


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he·mo·phil·i·a A

[MIM*306700-various]
hemophilia due to deficiency of factor VIII; an X-linked recessive condition, occurring almost exclusively in male humans and also affecting several breeds of dogs, characterized by prolonged clotting time, decreased formation of thromboplastin, and diminished conversion of prothrombin.
Synonym(s): classic hemophilia
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he·mo·phil·i·a A

(hē'mō-fil'ē-ă)
The inherited blood disorder resulting from a deficiency of factor VIII, occurring almost exclusively in males, and characterized by prolonged clotting time, decreased formation of thromboplastin, and diminished conversion of prothrombin.
Synonym(s): classic hemophilia, haemophilia A.
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Hapsburg,

Austrian royal family who ruled most of central and part of western Europe for centuries.
disease of the Hapsburgs - factor VIII deficiency causing blood coagulation disorder. Synonym(s): classic hemophilia; hemophilia A
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he·mo·phil·i·a A

(hē'mō-fil'ē-ă) [MIM*306700-various]
Blood disorder due to deficiency of factor VIII; occurring almost exclusively in male humans characterized by prolonged clotting time, decreased formation of thromboplastin, and diminished conversion of prothrombin.
Synonym(s): classic hemophilia, haemophilia A.
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