HEMOPHILIA PATIENT WITH DIFFICULTY IN BLOOD PRESSURE CONTROL
Hypertension prevalence is increasing in patients with hemophilia. Therefore it is an important complication of hemophilia. We aimed to present a 49-year-old male patient with hemophilia-A who presented with acute hemarthrosis and hypertensive attack. The patient was treated in our internal medicine clinic.
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