Von Willebrand's disease

September 1976
British Medical Journal;9/25/1976, Vol. 2 Issue 6038, p715
Academic Journal
Investigates the factors of the deficiency of coagulation factor VIII and autosomal von Willebrand's disease. Response of factor VIII coagulation activity to transfusion; Evaluation of the response in von Willebrand's disease; Possibility of deficient synthesis of factor VIII related antigen in patients with Willebrand's disease.


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