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Learning that you or a loved one may have a coagulation disorder can be shocking and confusing — but what are coagulation disorders?

Coagulation disorders are problems in the blood clotting system. These disorders can lead to either excessive clotting in the blood causing clots to form without injury to the blood vessels, or inadequate clotting leading to prolonged bleeding. These disorders are rare and often result in other complications.

The Central Virginia Center for Coagulation Disorders dedicates its efforts to caring for and educating patients and their families. Specifically, the center offers services for the following disorders: Hemophilia, von Willebrand Disease, Thrombophilia, Thrombasthenia, Glanzmann's Bernard Soulier, Platelet Dysfunction and other acquired bleeding disorders.

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VCU Health System | Central Virginia Center for Coagulation Disorders
P.O. Box 980461 | Richmond, VA | 23298-0461
phone: (804) 827-3306 | toll free: (866) 288-2516 | fax: (804) 692-0291

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last updated: 02/17/2014
Central Virginia Center for Coagulation Disorders