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  1. ... recombinant coagulation Factor IX concentrate for patients with Hemophilia B The U.S. Food and Drug Administration today approved ... for use in adults and children who have Hemophilia B. Alprolix is the first Hemophilia B treatment designed ...
  2. Hemophilia B is a hereditary bleeding disorder caused by a lack of blood clotting factor IX. Without enough ... Hemophilia B is caused by an inherited X-linked recessive trait, with the defective gene located on the ...
  3. Genetics Home Reference: Hemophilia From the National Institutes of Health (National Library of Medicine)  
    ... Testing Registry: HEMOPHILIA B(M) Genetic Testing Registry: Hereditary factor IX deficiency disease Genetic Testing Registry: Hereditary factor VIII deficiency disease ...
  4. Frequently Asked Questions: Hemophilia (World Federation of Hemophilia)  
    ... What is the difference between hemophilia A and hemophilia B? The most common type of hemophilia is called ... VIII (factor eight). A less common type is hemophilia B. This person does not have enough clotting factor ...
  5. Learning about Hemophilia From the National Institutes of Health (National Human Genome Research Institute)  
    ... hemophilia A (also known as classic hemophilia) and hemophilia B (also known as Christmas disease). People who have ... factor called factor eight (FVIII). People who have hemophilia B have low levels of factor nine (FIX). The ...
  6. ... low levels, or missing, clotting factor VIII (8). Hemophilia B occurs when people have low, or missing, clotting ... for hemophilia A) or clotting factor IX (for hemophilia B) are injected into a patient’s vein to replace ...
  7. ... if a family member is known to have hemophilia B . The test may also be done to see how well treatment for hemophilia B is working.
  8. How Is Hemophilia Treated? (National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute)  
    ... for hemophilia A) or clotting factor IX (for hemophilia B) are slowly dripped or injected into a vein. ... in 2–5 percent of people who have hemophilia B. When antibodies develop, doctors may use larger doses ...
  9. Hemophilia (For Parents) (Nemours Foundation)  
    ... two major kinds of hemophilia, hemophilia A and hemophilia B. About 80% of cases are hemophilia A, which is a factor VIII deficiency. Hemophilia B is when factor IX is lacking. Hemophilia is ...
  10. Hemophilia (National Library of Medicine)  
    Hemophilia is a rare disorder in which the blood does not clot normally. It is usually inherited. Hemophilia usually occurs in males. If you have hemophilia, you ...
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