parahemophilia


para·he·mo·phil·ia

noun

Definition of PARAHEMOPHILIA

: a congenital deficiency of factor V in the blood that is associated with hemorrhagic diathesis and abnormally slow clotting time—called also Owren's disease

Variants of PARAHEMOPHILIA

para·he·mo·phil·ia or chiefly British para·hae·mo·phil·ia \-ˌhē-mə-ˈfil-ē-ə\

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