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Bleeding Symptoms and Laboratory Correlation in Patients with Severe von Willebrand Disease
Haemophilia; July 2009; Volume 15, Number 4, pp. 918-925(8)
Metjian AD, et al.
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Sites of Initial Bleeding Episodes, Mode of Delivery and Age of Diagnosis in Babies with Haemophilia Diagnosed Before the Age of 2 Years
Haemophilia; November 2009; Volume 15, Number 6, pp. 1281-1290(10)
Kulkarni R, et al.
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Septic Arthritis in Males with Haemophilia
Haemophilia; 2008; 14:494-503
Ashrani AA, Key NS, Soucie JM, Duffy N, Forsyth A, Geraghty S.
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Incidence of Inhibitors in a Cohort of 838 Males with Hemophilia A Previously Treated with Factor VIII Concentrates
Journal of Thrombosis and Haemostasis; 2006; 4(12):2576-2581
Kempton CL, Soucie JM, Abshire TC.
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Parvovirus B19 Transmission by High-Purity Factor VIII Concentrate
Transfusion; 2005; 45:1003-1010
Wu C, et al.
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Human parvovirus B19 in young male patients with hemophilia A: associations with treatment product exposure and joint range-of-motion limitation
Transfusion; July 2004; Volume 44 Issue 8, Pages 1179 – 1185
Soucie JM, et al.
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Joint Range-of-Motion Limitations among Young Males with Hemophilia: Prevalence and Risk Factors
Blood; April 2004; Vol. 103, No. 7, pp. 2467-2473
Soucie JM, et al.
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