factor IX deficiency


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factor IX deficiency

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Although the surgery for duodenal atresia was delayed because of thrombocytopenia and severe coagulopathy, these issues were later found to be related to the factor IX deficiency At the same time, the Doppler test showed a congenital large portosystemic shunt in the liver with a ratio less than 30%.
Haemophilia B is the second most common kind of bleeding disorder, also termed as factor IX deficiency. The disease is prominently genetic, although in 30 percent of cases, the condition has been reported without any family history of the disease.
There was a case at another facility where a new hemophilia patient received factor VIII concentrate for a bleeding event, but actually had hemophilia B (factor IX deficiency).
Background: Haemophilia B is X-linked recessive inherited disorder of factor IX deficiency. It is classified as severe, moderate and mild depending upon plasma levels of factor IX.
The incidence of haemophilia A (factor VIII deficiency) is 1 in 5000 male live births and that of haemophilia B (factor IX deficiency) is 1 in 30000.1,2