Hemophilia A*

A Factor VIII (FVIII) (or antihemophilic Factor A) deficiency or dysfunction leads to hemophilia A, which is an hereditary or congenital hemorrhagic disease.
Elevated concentrations of FVIII are observed in inflammatory or hepatic diseases and may be suggestive of an increased risk of venous thrombosis.
The FVIII concentration is increased during pregnancy.


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