Similar bleeding phenotype in young children with haemophilia A or B: A cohort study

Niels Clausen, P. Petrini, S. Claeyssens-Donadel, S. C. Gouw, R. Liesner, C. Altisent, G. Auerswald, M. Carcao, E. Chalmers, H. Chambost, A. Cid, K. Fischer, Ch van Geet, K. Peerlinck, G. Kenet, R. Kobelt, W. Kreuz, C. Escuriola, J. W. Goethe, K. KurnikR. Ljung, A. Mäkipernaa, A. Molinari, W. Muntean, B. Nolan, J. Oldenburg, R. Pérez Garrido, H. Platokouki, A. Rafowicz, G. Rivard, E. Santagostino, M. E. Mancuso, A. Thomas, M. Williams, J. G. van der Bom, H. M. van den Berg

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