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factor VII

noun \-ˈsev-ən, -ˈseb-əm\

Medical Definition of FACTOR VII

:  a clotting factor in normal blood that is formed in the kidney under the influence of vitamin K and may be deficient due to a hereditary disorder or to a vitamin K deficiency—called also autoprothrombin I, cothromboplastin, proconvertin, stable factor
April 27, 2015
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