haemophilic


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relating to or having hemophilia

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Most common joint affected was knee followed by ankle; 10 children had haemophilic arthropathy characterised by pain and limitation of movement.
Pathogenesis of haemophilic synovitis: experimental studies on blood-induced joint damage.
Rai runs a rented autorickshaw to earn living for his family comprising two haemophilic sons and an ailing wife.
Conservative physiotherapeutic management of chronic haematomata and haemophilic pseudotumours: Case study and comparison to historical management.
While haemophilic arthropathy was found to be uncommon in a study carried out in paediatric population in Egypt.
Eighty-six pediatric patients (5-13 yrs) of both genders requiring minor invasive dental procedures were screened by the Haemophilic Center and referred to Dental Department of Children's hospital, Pakistan Institute of Medical Sciences (PIMS), Islamabad.
Resolution of spinal epidural haematoma without surgery in a haemophilic infant.
Causes of haemorrhagic stroke Vascular Intravascular Congenital vascular Haematological disorders anomalies AVMs Immune thrombocytopenic purpura Venous angioma Thrombotic thrombocytopenic purpura Cavernous Haemophilic states malformation Intracranial Factor deficiencies Liver dysfunction Vit K aneurysm deficiency Vasculopathies Moyamoya Connective tissue disorders Sickle cell disease
At pharmacological concentrations in the order of 50 nM, rFVIIa has been shown to generate significantly more thrombin in a model simulating normal plasma, compared to haemophilic plasma.
Immune markers and viral load after HIV-1 seroconversion as predictors of disease progression in a cohort of haemophilic men.
The natural history of HCV in a cohort of haemophilic patients infected between 1961 and 1985.
However, the most important advance in this field was represented by recombinant gene technology (FVIII gene was cloned in 1984 and the first haemophilic patient was infused in 1987) and protein purification techniques, which enabled the development of highly purified recombinant factor VIII (rFVIII) products.