March 13, 2018 Assistant of chair “Hematology, transfusion and laboratory work” Shokirova FJ was held a scientific seminar in Chirchik city medical college.

Hemophilia is a nasopharynx disease and coagulation disorder in which the blood, as a result of spontaneous, wound healing and operative intervention in joints, muscles, and internal organs. As a result of minor injury to hemophilia, the death of the patient can lead to life-threatening organs and brain hemorrhage. Patients with severe forms may become invalid due to frequent blood flow to the joints and muscles.

There are three types of hemophilia:

Hemophilia A contains an VIII-defective defect in 80-85% of hemophilia. Severe bleeding occurs in traumas and operations when the 8th factor – less than 5-20%.

Hemophilia C is an IX defect defect in the blood. Rhesessive mutation occurs in the X chromosome.

The Xem factor X deficiency in the hemophilia V is an autosomal recessive mutation, mostly found in ashkenazi-Jews.

Often, males get sick, they are women’s carriers, they can give birth to a sick son or caretaker. One of the most prominent authors of the disease was Victoria Victoria, a gene mutation because her family did not have hemophysics. Hemophilia and his son Leopold, ailing grandchildren and grandchildren (born of their daughters or grandchildren), including Alexei Nikolaevich, were ill.

The main symptoms of the disease are bleeding from the first months of life; subcutaneous, subcutaneous, intraperitoneal, abdominal hematomas, wound healing, and various surgical interventions. Hematuria, severe postravmatical bleeding. Large hematuria, secondary inflammatory changes, contraction and anxiety-related complications.

The coagulation time for the diagnosis, the amount of plasma 8,9,11 factors should be determined.

Even if the disease is not completely recovered, it can be controlled by missing the missing factors. Long-term life expectancy.

The presentations were used in the workshop, using interactive methods such as “Lottery”, “Cycle Attack”. There was a question-and-answer session between the students.

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