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Cerebral haemorrhage in haemophilia.
  1. M. Bennett,
  2. J. A. Sills


    A young male haemophiliac child is here described in whom intracerebral haemorrhage required craniotomy and the subsequent insertion of a ventriculo-peritoneal shunt. These procedures can now be attempted in severe haemophilia A because of the ease in clotting factor replacement therapy.

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