Factor 13A deficiency is an autosomal recessive disorder caused by mutations of the F13A1 gene. It is characterized biochemically by low levels or dysfunctional factor XIII and clinically by increased bleeding and poor wound healing.
|Hereditary bleeding disorders|
|Disturbances of vitamin K metabolism|
|Factor XII deficiency|
|Factor XIII A subunit deficiency|
|Factor XIII B subunit deficiency|
|Plasminogen activator inhibitor deficiency|
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