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CANO-FRANCO, Meliza Andrea; ORTIZ-ORREGO, Gustavo Eduardo  and  GONZALEZ- ARIZA, Sandra Elizabeth. Dental care for coagulation hereditary disorder patients. CES odontol. [online]. 2017, vol.30, n.1, pp.30-40. ISSN 0120-971X.

Abstract Hereditary disorders of coagulation are genetic disease, among them are hemophilia that is attached to the X chromosome, so it manifests itself in men; In them there is deficiency of coagulation factors VIII, IX and XI -Hemofilia A, B and C respectively-, according to the amount of deficiency of these are classified as mild, moderate or severe. Another disease that is related to the coagulation disorder is known as Von Willebrand disease whose protein with the same name is absent or diminished, another aspect to emphasize is that this disease is not linked to sex. The correct clinical diagnosis and laboratory tests are part of a number of steps that the dentist must take into account to make adequate standards of care according to the treatment of each patient, whether scheduled consultation to perform procedures such as: surgery, endodontics, periodontics , dental extractions, oral surgery procedures; Or that it is necessary to carry out emergency treatments such as: mucosal wounds, lacerations in the mouth, facial trauma, abscesses or cellulitis, dentoalveolar trauma, focusing not only on the clinical part but also on the adequate management of the pain of each patient.

Keywords : Hemorrhagic disorders; hemophilia; von Willebrand disease.

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