What Are Inhibitors?
A general patient guide to inhibitors, the most serious complication of hemophilia.

Inhibitors in Hemophilia: A Primer
Inhibitors are a serious complication of hemophilia caused by an immune response to clotting factor concentrates.

Dental Management of Patients with Inhibitors to Factor VIII or Factor IX
Suggests management strategies that reduce the need for dental intervention or allow treatment without the need for prophylactic coagulation factor cover.

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