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Baltimore dysfibrinogenemia

Baltimore dysfibrinogenemia: Introduction

Baltimore dysfibrinogenemia: A rare inherited disorder characterized by abnormal fibrinogen which is a protein essential to the blood clotting process. The Baltimore type was discovered in Baltimore. More detailed information about the symptoms, causes, and treatments of Baltimore dysfibrinogenemia is available below.

Symptoms of Baltimore dysfibrinogenemia

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Causes of Baltimore dysfibrinogenemia

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Misdiagnosis and Baltimore dysfibrinogenemia

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  1. Baltimore dysfibrinogenemia: Introduction
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  4. Treatments
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