haemophilia

Sex-linked congenital deficiency of blood-clotting system, usually of factor VIII.
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Haemophilia

A term used to describe a number of bleeding disorders.
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haemophilia

A genetic blood disorder, almost always in males, in which blood does not clot properly as a result of an enzyme deficiency.
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Haemophilia

A sex-linked inherited disorder in which blood doesn`t clot properly
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Haemophilia

an inherited disorder in which a person's blood lacks a certain protein important in forming blood clots, leading to excessive bleeding
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haemophilia

An inherited bleeding disorder affecting men
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haemophilia

<disease, haematology> A haemorrhagic diathesis occurring in two main forms: ... 1. Haemophilia A (classic haemophilia, factor VIII deficiency), an X linked disorder due to deficiency of coagulation factor VIII. ... 2. Haemophilia B (factor IX deficiency, Christmas disease), also X linked, due to deficiency of coagulation factor IX. ... Both ...
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haemophilia

(haemo- + -philia) a haemorrhagic diathesis occurring in two main forms : (1) haemophilia A (classic haemophilia, factor VIII deficiency), an X-linked disorder due to deficiency of coagulation factor VIII; (2) haemophilia B (factor IX deficiency, Christmas disease), also X-linked, due to deficiency of coagulation factor IX. Both forms are determin....
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haemophilia

A genetic blood disease carried by females but with symptoms that only affect males. It hinders blood clotting, leaving sufferers at risk of bleeding to death from even minor cuts or bruises. European royal families were especially prone to haemophilia, probably because of their inbreeding.
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haemophilia

hereditary disease causing excesssive bleeding
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Haemophilia

Haemophilia is several inherited diseases in which normal blood clotting is impaired. Haemophilia is an hereditary condition passed on by the mother who is not herself affected although all her male children are afflicted, and her daughters carry the same latent fault which they pass on to their own children. It used to be thought that no female co...
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haemophilia

Any of several inherited diseases in which normal blood clotting is impaired. The sufferer experiences prolonged bleeding from the slightest wound, as well as painful internal bleeding without apparent cause. Haemophilias are nearly always sex-linked, transmitted through the female line only to male infants; they have afflicted a number of ...
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Haemophilia

A sex-linked inherited blood disease found almost exclusively in men. It is characterised by delayed blood clotting and difficulty in controlling haemorrhage, even after minor injury.
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haemophilia

hereditary disease causing excesssive bleeding
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Haemophilia

It is an inherited disease in which the blood fails to clot.
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