Blood coagulation disorders are genetic disorders that result in either hypercoagulability (where the blood clots too easily) or excessive bleeding.
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Provides an overview of the acquired or inherited tendency to bleed excessively, and information on the different causes and the tests available for their diagnosis and monitoring.
MedlinePlus: Congenital Protein C or S Deficiency
Brief information about these hypercoagulability disorders including causes, treatment, and prognosis.
MedlinePlus: Factor V Deficiency
Provides brief information about this inherited bleeding disorder, which is similar to hemophilia. Includes causes, symptoms, and prognosis.
MedlinePlus: Factor VII Deficiency
Brief information about this inherited bleeding disorder including causes, symptoms, and prognosis.
MedlinePlus: Factor X Deficiency
Information about this inherited disorder that causes abnormal bleeding including causes, treatment, and prognosis.
MedlinePlus: Factor XII Deficiency
Also known as Hageman factor, this is a congenital coagulation disorder that causes prolonged coagulation in a test tube but does not cause abnormal bleeding. Includes brief information.
Protein S Deficiency and Thrombophilia
Information about these rare medical conditions, anticoagulant therapy, research and online forum.
Rare Bleeding Disorder Database (RBDD)
A network of the hemophilia centres around the world by International Society of Thrombosis and Haemostasis.
The story of one woman's battle against acquired factor VIII inhibitor.
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