Oral Communication

Dolce,A; Batorova,A; Auerswald,G; Schved,Jf; Knudsen,Jb; Ingerslev,J; Mariani,G;

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Abstract

Inherited factor VII (FVII) deficiency is the most common of the rare autosomal recessive bleeding disorders (RBD), with an estimated prevalence of 1 per 300,000 in European countries.1,2 It is likely that the prevalence is higher in those countries where consanguineous marriages are frequent.We here report STER study results on 112 evaluable enrolled cases
Lingua originaleEnglish
Stato di pubblicazionePublished - 2012

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Factor VII Deficiency
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Dolce,A; Batorova,A; Auerswald,G; Schved,Jf; Knudsen,Jb; Ingerslev,J; Mariani,G; (2012). Oral Communication.

Oral Communication. / Dolce,A; Batorova,A; Auerswald,G; Schved,Jf; Knudsen,Jb; Ingerslev,J; Mariani,G;.

2012.

Risultato della ricerca: Paper

Dolce,A; Batorova,A; Auerswald,G; Schved,Jf; Knudsen,Jb; Ingerslev,J; Mariani,G; 2012, 'Oral Communication'.
Dolce,A; Batorova,A; Auerswald,G; Schved,Jf; Knudsen,Jb; Ingerslev,J; Mariani,G;. Oral Communication. 2012.
Dolce,A; Batorova,A; Auerswald,G; Schved,Jf; Knudsen,Jb; Ingerslev,J; Mariani,G;. / Oral Communication.
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