pseudohemophilia

[soo-doh-hee-muh-fil-ee-uh, -feel-yuh, -hem-uh-]

noun Pathology.

a clotting disorder caused by abnormal factor VIII activity, and characterized by a prolonged bleeding time but without the delayed coagulation time of hemophilia.

Nearby words

  1. pseudogeusesthesia,
  2. pseudogeusia,
  3. pseudogout,
  4. pseudograph,
  5. pseudohematuria,
  6. pseudohermaphrodite,
  7. pseudohermaphroditism,
  8. pseudohernia,
  9. pseudohyperparathyroidism,
  10. pseudohypertrophic muscular dystrophy

Origin of pseudohemophilia


Also called hemogenia.

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