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Ultrasound in Haemophilia

  • D. J. Wilson
  • P. McLardy-Smith
  • J. C. Maclarnon
  • R. B. Duthie
Conference paper
Part of the Radiology Today book series (RADIOL.TODAY, volume 4)

Abstract

The disorders of blood clotting that are collectively known as the haemophilias include classical haemophilia or factor VIII deficiency, Christmas disease or factor IX deficiency, acquired factor VIII deficiency, and von Willebrand’s Disease, which is a mixture of platelet dysfunction capillary fragility and factor VIII deficiency.

Keywords

Ultrasound Equipment Factor Viii Deficiency Classical Haemophilia Iliopsoas Haematoma Surgical Synovectomy 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • D. J. Wilson
  • P. McLardy-Smith
  • J. C. Maclarnon
  • R. B. Duthie

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