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Why is hemophilia usually seen more in males than females?

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Dr. Ed Friedlander
Pathology
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In brief: X-linked recessive

Ordinary men and Turner women have only one X-chromosome.
Ordinary women and Klinefelter men have two X-chromosomes. A person needs one normal X-chromosome to not have hemophilia. This is basic biology and I'm glad you're asking -- this should be essential knowledge to anyone living in the 21st century.

In brief: X-linked recessive

Ordinary men and Turner women have only one X-chromosome.
Ordinary women and Klinefelter men have two X-chromosomes. A person needs one normal X-chromosome to not have hemophilia. This is basic biology and I'm glad you're asking -- this should be essential knowledge to anyone living in the 21st century.
Dr. Ed Friedlander
Dr. Ed Friedlander
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