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What makes hemophilia a dangerous condition?
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Dr. Scott Diede
Pediatrics - Hematology & Oncology
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In brief: Fatal bleeds
In addition to what was mentioned, the most dangerous types of bleeds involve strokes, pulmonary hemorrhages, and uncontrolled bleeds that lead to exsanguination (bleed to death).

In brief: Fatal bleeds
In addition to what was mentioned, the most dangerous types of bleeds involve strokes, pulmonary hemorrhages, and uncontrolled bleeds that lead to exsanguination (bleed to death).
Dr. Scott Diede
Dr. Scott Diede
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Dr. John Weeks
Family Medicine
In brief: Bleeding
People with hemophilia lack normal levels of factors required to make blood clot.
They are at risk for bleeding with any injury, and often bleed into joints which is very painful and eventually disfiguring. Emergency treatment to replace the needed factors intravenously is crucial to control episodes of bleeding.

In brief: Bleeding
People with hemophilia lack normal levels of factors required to make blood clot.
They are at risk for bleeding with any injury, and often bleed into joints which is very painful and eventually disfiguring. Emergency treatment to replace the needed factors intravenously is crucial to control episodes of bleeding.
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