Hemophilia

Overview

Hemophilia is a disorder in which blood doesn't clot normally. Clotting minimizes bleeding from an injury by changing blood to a solid.

Symptoms

Symptoms include many large or deep bruises, joint pain and swelling, unexplained bleeding, and blood in urine or stool.

Treatments

Treatment includes injections of a clotting factor or plasma.

Last Updated Jun 13, 2017


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