factor X

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Related to Factor X deficiency: Factor VII deficiency, Factor V deficiency, clotting factor deficiency, Factor XIII deficiency, Factor xi deficiency
  • noun

Synonyms for factor X

coagulation factor that is converted to an enzyme that converts prothrombin to thrombin in a reaction that depends on calcium ions and other coagulation factors

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Liver disease: Although factor X may decrease with significant liver disease, this would not explain an isolated factor X deficiency.
Acquired factor X deficiency is the most common coagulation factor deficiency identified in AL amyloidosis and it occurs presumably as a result of adsorption of factor X to amyloid deposits.
Acquired isolated factor X deficiency may also occur secondary to a specific factor X inhibitor.
14 The most frequent symptom of patients with factor X deficiency found in this study was epistaxis, and these findings are similar to other studies findings reported in the literature.
Congental Factor X deficiency :spectrum of bleeding symptoms in 32 Iranian patients.