Diagnosing Acquired Haemophilia

Diagnosing Acquired Haemophilia

Acquired haemophilia is a bleeding disorder that stops the blood from clotting properly. While other types of haemophilia are present from birth, acquired haemophilia occurs suddenly when the body develops ‘inhibitors’ that interfere with the body’s own clotting factors. It can result in spontaneous and uncontrolled bleeding.

Modern Medicine – Issue 3 2021