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Hemophilia A Diagnosed After Excessive Bleeding Related to Oral Surgery


Two men in China ended up receiving a diagnosis of hemophilia A after experiencing heavy bleeding post-oral surgery. Published in BMC Oral Health, the two case reports detail how both patients presented with normal preoperative blood clotting tests, but who then had uncontrollable bleeding following completion of oral surgery. Mild hemophilia A can be missed by traditional blood clotting tests and may cause severe health consequences if not treated properly. Click here to read more.

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