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. 2016 Jul;22 Suppl 5:61-5.
doi: 10.1111/hae.12965.

Rare Coagulation Disorders: Fibrinogen, Factor VII and Factor XIII

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Rare Coagulation Disorders: Fibrinogen, Factor VII and Factor XIII

P de Moerloose et al. Haemophilia. .

Abstract

Rare coagulation disorders (RCDs) include the inherited deficiencies of fibrinogen, factor (F) II, FV, combined FV and VIII, FVII, FX, combined FVII and X, FXI, FXIII and combined congenital deficiency of vitamin K-dependent factors (VKCFDs). Despite their rarity, a deep comprehension of all these disorders is essential to really understand haemostasis. Indeed, even if they share some common features each RCD has some particularity which makes it unique. In this review, we focus on three disorders: fibrinogen, FVII and FXIII.

Keywords: bleeding; factor VII; factor XIII; fibrinogen.

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