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Congenital factor VII -deficiency as a cause of a hemophilia-like hemorrhagic diathesis



Congenital factor VII -deficiency as a cause of a hemophilia-like hemorrhagic diathesis



Acta Haematol 16(3): 181-198



In a case of congenital factor VII-deficiency with a plasma content of 1.2% there was a relatively moderate tendency to hemorrhage. It is concluded, that Christmas-factor and factor VII are not identical, and that factor VII is not essential for the formation of thromboplastin in the blood in the early stages of clotting.

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