Testing & Diagnosis for Pediatric Hemophilia in Children

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How is hemophilia diagnosed?

If your child is thought to have hemophilia, he or she will be referred to a hematologist (a doctor with specialized training in treating blood disorders) for a clotting factor test. This test determines the levels of factors VIII and IX in the blood.

 

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