Haemophilia B

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  • Type B Hemophilia Case Study

    Introduction Originating from the Greek words ‘haima’, meaning blood, and ‘philia’, meaning friend, hemophilia is a medical condition in which the individual lacks a certain clotting factor which prevents bleeding as a result of injury. In order of rarity from most to least, it features type A, B and C hemophilia and various severity levels. Type A hemophilia consists of 90% of cases, in which the individual lacks clotting factor VIII and 70% of patients have a severe level of hemophilia. Type B hemophilia is far less common, in which the person lacks clotting factor IX. (Crosta, P. 2013) Type C hemophilia is when the patient lacks clotting factor XI, can appear in both males and females, but is ten times less common than type A. Patients with a factor level of 0 to 1% are considered severe, in which they may have extensive spontaneous bleeding, including internal bleeding that the person may not even be aware of. Joints may bleed and blood may get into the muscles, which can cause lifelong damage. Severe hemophilia is unfortunately the most common variety. Ten percent of hemophiliacs are considered moderate (1 to 5%), in which they may suffer from spontaneous bleeding and will likely have prolonged bleeding.…

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  • Hemophilia Research Paper

    Hemophilia is a genetic blood disease, which is symbolized by the importance of blood to clot, or compact even from inconsequential damage. Blood clotting and sudden gene mutation factor in the development of this disease. This disease is generated by an inadequacy of blood multifaceted called factors Therefore, with the nonappearance of factors, the blood clotting process is continued. There are two different types of Hemophilia, Hemophilia A and Hemophilia B. for example. Hemophilia A, the…

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  • Palace Of Knossos Essay

    excavated, the archaeologists found tablets with two different systems of writing. One of these systems is known as Linear B. These Linear B tablets were deciphered in the 1950s by Michael Ventris. Ventris, after decoding the tablets, realized that the Linear B writing is the earliest form of Greek. Like Linear A, Linear B is a form of writing where one symbol represents a syllable. Additionally, the date the Linear B tablets originate from is quite interesting. The date of Linear B tablets…

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  • The Parker Shotgun Analysis

    Private investigator Kinsey Millhone, an unmarried, licensed, bonded, white woman of age thirty-two from Santa Teresa, California, investigates the homicide of Lisa Osterling’s husband, Rudd Osterling, who was previously a cocaine dealer. She also explores the disappearance of the Parker shotgun, a rare and beautifully crafted shotgun that is no longer produced anymore because the company went out of business. Lisa believes that the police wrote off the murder as a failed attempt at Rudd’s drug…

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  • Characteristics Of Treg Cells

    First pTreg cells associated with mucosal immunity and producing and inflammatory response were found to be CD4+ Foxp3+ CD25+ (from CD25- precursors) CD45RBlow. There were also cells with the same function but were CD4+ Foxp3- CD25- CD45RBlow, more notably, they lack Foxp3 expression which, as mentioned before can be expressed or not depending on the host’s needs (Takahashi et al. 1998). Another potential distinction between thymus and periphery derived Treg cell subsets is an increased…

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  • Hip-Hop Music In The 1960's In Phildelphia

    has a diverse and colorful history"with stem in "graffiti",b-boying,djing, and mc 'ing . This essay will explore the four elements of hip hop in depth. Graffiti immerged in the early 1960 's in Phildelphia (lecture notes). To graffiti was to express yourself through art on anything around the city. Next is B-Boying or break dancing, which came along shortly after graffiti in the early 70 's in the Bronx (lecture notes). This was a way for the Hip-Hop to reveal a talent that made everyone get on…

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  • Auschwitz Concentration Camp Essay

    west of Krakow and close to the Polish city of Oswiecim. They were constructed to function as concentration camps and a killing center to help in the elimination of the jews. Auschwitz I Auschwitz I was the main camp out of all three camps. The land was originally Polish army barracks but in 1940 it was reconstructed to become a concentration camps. The SS cleared up 40 square kilometers around the camp as a development zone. They had forced the prisoners to help in expanding the camp. When…

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  • Palace Of Knossos Essay

    the elaborate palace of Knossos causes historians to think that the people of Minoan civilization were happy and prosperous. 2. The Phoenician Alphabet- Around 950-750 BC the greeks adopted the Phoenician alphabet. This alphabet was different from all other ones because it used one letter to represent one sound instead of one letter to represent one syllable like in Linear A and B. This makes the language much easier to write, read, and…

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  • Auschwitz: Life In Concentration Camps During The Holocaust

    org/wlc/en/article.php?ModuleId=10005189) The first part of Auschwitz was built on the outskirts of Poland and was started in May, 1940 and finished in June, 1940. (http://www.wollheim-memorial.de/en/ig_auschwitz_en) Auschwitz 1 was also called Stammlager. Over the main gate stood a sign that said "Arbeit Macht Frei" or “Work Makes One Free.” (http://history1900s.about.com/library/holocaust/blauschwitz.htm) Auschwitz 2, also known as Auschwitz Birkenau was opened in March, 1941.…

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  • Vitamins Supplements: Best Vitamin For Skin

    and development, OTH Health presents you the best health are supplements, which works well in treating and protecting the health issues that may arise in any life stage. Slide-2: Vitamins and their benefits Vitamins are the organic compounds that are needed in small quantities for living a better life. The natural vitamins are taken from the fruits and vegetables, whole grains, etc. The human body can either produce them naturally or none at all. The deficiencies can be covered by taking…

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