Hemophilia B*

A Factor IX (FIX) (or antihemophilic Factor B) deficiency or dysfunction leads to the hemophilia B disease, an hereditary or congenital coagulation disorder. FIX levels are reduced in patients receiving anti-vitamin K treatment, or in diseases such as liver disorders, cirrhosis or DIC. High FIX concentrations may be suggestive of an increased risk of venous thrombosis.


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