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Factor X Deficiency
Review Articles from PubMed
Acquired factor X deficiency is in most cases associated with AL amyloidosis. Acquired non-amyloid related factor X deficiency (DNAA-FX) has been exceptionally reported in the literature.
Factor X deficiency (FXD) is a rare bleeding disorder, which can result in severe bleeding symptoms such as intracranial hemorrhage (ICH). The most common bleeding symptoms are epistaxis and gum bleeding. ICH is reported in 9-26% of all patients with FXD, mostly during the first month ...
Congenital factor X deficiency is one of the most severe forms of rare bleeding disorders transmitted in autosomal recessive manner. According to the World Federation of Hemophilia survey, 153 patients with factor X deficiency (FXD) live in Iran, but a few studies have been performed ...
Editorials from PubMed
Research Articles from PubMed
Factor X deficiency (FXD) is a rare autosomal recessive bleeding disorder with a variable phenotypic severity. In women, heavy menstrual bleeding (HMB), recurrent ovulation bleeding with haemoperitoneum and bleeding complications in pregnancy such as retroplacental haematoma and postpartum ...
Systemic light chain (AL) amyloidosis can lead to an acquired coagulopathy secondary to acquired factor X (aFX) deficiency. However, it is not very clear who develops aFX deficiency in AL amyloidosis.