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Hemophilia

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aanik adatia

on 27 April 2010

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Transcript of Hemophilia

hemophILIA History of hemophilia
Hemophilia is a blood disorder which back in the 1600's and 1700's was known as the royal diease. Queen Victoria was a carrier of the diease during that time period. she passed it on to many of her daughters. Hemophilia affects every part of the body. Why?
Because when a person has hemphilia and has a cut on there body they will not stop bleeding. Hemophilia is a genetic disorder Hemophilia limits a person physical activity for example running , sports, etc. Types of hemophilia:

Hemophilia A
and
Hemophilia B Signs and symptoms of hemophilia

A common sign of hemophilia is some blood in urine This is a genetic disorder it happens when the chromosomes are being combined in the cell to form the zygote. The chromosomes when being combined, one of the X chromosomes is defective. For example a man with 100 percent of hemophilia will pass the trait on there daughters. There are a few chances of males getting hemophilia. All ethinc groups can get hemophilia if there parents are carriers. Hemophilia A or Classic Hemophilia happens 1 in 10,000 people, and Hemophilia B happen to 1 in 40,000 people.
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