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disorder

[dis′ȯrd·ər]
(crystallography)
Departures from regularity in the occupation of lattice sites in a crystal containing more than one element.
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The main inherited coagulation disorders include hemophilia's A and B and von Willebrand's disease.
Two causes of hypercoagulability warrant consideration: occult malignancy and coagulation disorders resulting in thrombophilia.
Deficiencies in other coagulation proteins including factors V, VII, X, and XI are considered rare inherited coagulation disorders (RICD) and are transmitted as autosomal recessive traits in both sexes, with a frequency shown as homozygous forms in the general population (Table 1).
In fact, deaths during the early phase following tonsillectomy have been reported: The American Academy of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery (AAO-HNS) suggests that surgeons conduct a coagulation and bleeding work-up on any patient who is suspected of having such an abnormality on the basis of the history and in any patient for whom genetic information is unavailable: However, intra- or postoperative hemorrhage that is the result of a coagulation disorder can occur in patients whose laboratory coagulation values are normal.
Six of the eight women in the HRT group who had a thrombembolic event had a documented thrombophilia, which suggests that the risk for recurrent thromboembolism is not as great in women who-do not have a coagulation disorder, she noted.
A total 256 persons with coagulation disorder visiting for various laboratory tests with different medical and surgical complaints finally diagnosed as hemophilia were included in this study.
Factor VII Padua: a congenital coagulation disorder due to an abnormal factor VII with a peculiar activation pattern.
The presence or absence of comorbid conditions, such as an acute illness, pregnancy, or the treatment of a coagulation disorder before the final diagnosis is established, can interfere with results of coagulation testing to the extent that correct diagnosis may not be achieved even with appropriate test selection.
CSL Behring develops and deliver therapies used to treat coagulation disorders, primary immune deficiencies, hereditary angioedema, inherited respiratory disease, and neurological disorders.
Its chief applications are in screening inherited and acquired coagulation disorders and monitoring vitamin K-antagonist treatment.