[ US /ˌhiməˈfiɫiə/ ]
  1. congenital tendency to uncontrolled bleeding; usually affects males and is transmitted from mother to son
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How To Use hemophilia In A Sentence

  • Risk to haemophiliacs was thereby sharply reduced.
  • Snake venom is also being experimented with for the treatment of many medical conditions, including cancer, hemophilia and heart disease.
  • This technique allows for the development of mice with specific genetic mutations that mimic human illnesses such as hemophilia.
  • Unless there is a risk of a baby being born with a sex-linked condition such as haemophilia, therefore, she is against being able to choose the sex of your child.
  • DNA testing is often used when searching for a single-gene disorder, such as cystic fibrosis or hemophilia.
  • Figure 3 is a schematic illustration of the suggested mechanisms responsible for eliciting an immune response resulting in acquired hemophilia.
  • Haemophiliacs are seeking compensation for being given contaminated blood.
  • In connection with these studies he found the presence of a unique protein in the serum of a patient with hemophilia, who had received several transfusions, in tests against a serum collected from an Australian aborigin. Physiology or Medicine 1976 - Press Release
  • For example, if hemophilia prevents your child from participating in a contact sport, he or she can still be a part of the team as the scorekeeper or assistant manager.
  • More than 100 haemophiliacs contracted HIV and more than 260 contracted hepatitis C from contaminated blood products.
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