Haematopoiesis – Blood Cell Formation

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Introduction All blood cells develop from haemocytoblasts The process is called haematopoiesis (sometimes just haemopoiesis) Haemocytoblasts are also known as pluripotential stem cells. These cells can replicate themselves as well…

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Haemophilia A

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Introduction Haemophilia A is one of several genetic inherited clotting disorders, the other most common ones being haemophilia B and von Willebrand's disease. It typically presents in neonates and young…

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Haemophilia B (Christmas Disease)

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Introduction Haemophilia B is an inherited X-linked recessive clotting disorder, which can cause excessive bleeding. Haemophilia B causes a similar, but generally less severe disease than haemophilia A. Most cases…

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