Hemophilia a and hemophilia B: different types of diseases?

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Hemophilia A and B are traditionally considered clinically indistinguishable; however, differences in bleeding frequency, clinical scores, use of prophylaxis, and need for orthopedic surgery have been reported, suggesting that the bleeding tendency associated with factor IX deficiency may be less severe with consequent better outcomes in the long term… (More)
DOI: 10.1055/s-0033-1353996

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