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hemophilic

 [he″mo-fil´ik]
1. pertaining to hemophilia.
2. in bacteriology, growing well on culture media containing blood or having a nutritional requirement for constituents of fresh blood.

he·mo·phil·ic

(hē-mō-fil'ik),
Relating to hemophilia.

hemophilic

(hē′mə-fĭl′ĭk)
adj.
1. Of, relating to, or affected by hemophilia.
2. Growing well in blood or in a culture containing blood. Used of certain bacteria.

he·mo·phil·ic

(hē'mō-fil'ik)
Relating to hemophilia.
Synonym(s): haemophilic.
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USG is useful in detecting joint bleeds, synovial hyperplasia, and joint erosion in hemophilic arthropathy, with efficacy comparable to those of MRI.[11] With the advancement of USG techniques, such as Power Doppler, it appears that this modality can provide the detailed assessment of vascularity and disease activity.[12],[13] The use of MRI is limited by its lack of widespread availability and high cost, and it is also unsuitable for nonsedated pediatric patients or claustrophobic adults.
In this study we sought to evaluate IPFP and SPFP volumes and their determinants in hemophilic arthropathy, as well as the extent to which volumes may differ from usual OA.
Therefore, professional dental plaque control, oral hygiene and nutrition education, and access to specialized oral health services are paramount to improve oral health of hemophilic children.
About two clinical cases Quintero y Hemostasia y tratamiento odontologico colaboradores (24) Madan y Treatment of an intraoral bleeding in colaboradores (25) hemophilic patient with a thermoplastic palatal stent-A novel approach.
It is found that hemophilic artropathy developed in 17 patients and 8 of these 17 patients had undergone radioisotope synovectomy.
Life-threatening sublingual hematoma in a severely hemophilic patient with factor VIII inhibitor.
Total knee arthroplasty for the treatment of chronic hemophilic arthroplasty, Clin Orthop, 248: 98-107.
Rehabilitation and nonsurgical management of musculoskeletal problems in the hemophilic patient.
More recently, a presumed additional case of vCJD infection was reported in the United Kingdom in a hemophilic patient who had received fractionated plasma products, including some units linked to a donor who had vCJD diagnosed (7).
Because of a shorter expected lifespan for a fully hemophilic male, especially in pre-modern times, the disease is typically transmitted through an asymptomatic female carrier.