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Related to afibrinogenemia: hypofibrinogenemia, dysfibrinogenemia
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Noun1.afibrinogenemia - the absence of fibrinogen in the plasma leading to prolonged bleedingafibrinogenemia - the absence of fibrinogen in the plasma leading to prolonged bleeding
congenital afibrinogenemia - a rare congenital disorder of blood coagulation in which no fibrinogen is found in the blood plasma
blood disease, blood disorder - a disease or disorder of the blood
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n. afibrinogenemia, deficiencia de fibrinógeno en la sangre.
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Bilateral vertebral artery dissection in a patient with afibrinogenemia. Stroke 1996; 27: 2325-7.
Of these, 41 (24.4%) had hemophilia A, 16 (9.5%) had hemophilia B, 25 (14.9%) had VWD, 18 (10.7%) had Glanzmann thrombasthenia, 18 with Bernard-Soulier disease, five (3.0%) had factor XI deficiency, two (1.2%) had factor XII deficiency, four (2.4%) had factor V deficiency, four (2.4%) had factor VIII deficiency, one (0.6%) had factor VII deficiency, two (1.2%) had dysfibrinogenemia, and one (0.6%) had afibrinogenemia. Additionally, Islam and Quadri [23] conducted a 7-year retrospective review of all hospitals in Eastern Province of Saudi Arabia.
Afibrinogenemia with intracerebral hematoma: Report of a successfully treated case.
in 2016.15 Among those patients combined with hypofibrinogenemia and pulmonary embolism, 47% (8/17) patients were diagnosed as afibrinogenemia, 47% (8/17) were diagnosed as dysfibrinogenemia, while 6% (1/17) patient was diagnosed as hypofibrinogenemia without classification.
Beldarrain, "Bilateral vertebral artery dissection in a patient with afibrinogenemia," Stroke, vol.
Case report of congenital afibrinogenemia. Klin Pediatr 1995; 207(1):34-5.
Afibrinogenemia is a rare bleeding disorder which is observed with an incidence of 1:1 000 000.
A history of mucocutaneous hemorrhage, as opposed to hemarthrosis (bleeding into joint spaces) and muscle hemorrhage, helps to differentiate disorders of platelet function (including von Willebrand disease and afibrinogenemia) from the hemophilias and related disorders.