Bleeding Disorders A-Z

Bleeding Disorders A-Z

How Bleeding Disorders Are Diagnosed
Doctors use a number of tests to pinpoint the cause of a person’s excessive or abnormal bleeding. Read on for...
Hemophilia A vs. B: What’s the Difference?
There are some key differences between hemophilia A and hemophilia B. Read on to see how they differ in terms...
Glanzmann’s Thrombasthenia and Bernard-Soulier Syndrome
Most bleeding disorders are relatively rare. Even the most common bleeding disorder, von Willebrand disease, affects just 1 out of...
Understanding Hemophilia Inheritance
Hemophilia runs in families. In the majority of cases, the bleeding disorder is inherited from a parent to a child...
What You Should Know About Synovitis
People with bleeding disorders are no strangers to fighting the physical complications that come with their condition. One serious condition...
Blood Clots
The blood clotting process is a multistep activity known as coagulation. When the entire coagulation process works properly, blood holds...
Young woman with von Willebrand disease
Many women accept excessive, prolonged periods as an annoying but ordinary part of being female—putting up with the monthly stress...
Do You Know the Signs of These 6 Types of Bleeds?
When people have bleeding disorders, their blood fails to clot like it should when they have external or internal bleeding...
A basset hound
The most common bleeding disorder in people is also the most common one in dogs.
The Magee family
People with rare bleeding disorders face challenges, but increasingly they are facing them together.
6 Key Questions to Ask Before Taking Part in a Clinical Trial
Advances in bleeding disorders care rely on research, but is taking part in a study right for you?
VWD Guidelines
The guidelines will play an important role in improving outcomes that are vital to the health of families with VWD.
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