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Table 2 Clinical variables of children and adolescents with hemophilia

From: Psychiatric problems and its contributing factors in children and adolescents with hemophilia: a single centre study in a Turkish sample

Haemophilia type (n[%]) Hemophilia A 16 (80)
Hemophilia B 4 (20)
Severity (factor level) (n[%]) Mild 4 (20)
Moderate 6 (30)
Severe 10 (50)
Age at diagnosis (months) mean ± SD 10.18 ± 12.24  
Inhibitor (ever) No 18 (90)
Yes 2 (10)
Prophylaxis (n[%]) No 3 (15)
Transient 8 (40)
Constant 9 (45)
Haemarthrosis (ever) (n[%]) No 4 (20)
1–3 8 (40)
4–5 3 (15)
More than 5 5 (25)
Muscle hematomas (ever) (n[%]) No 11 (55)
Yes 9 (45)
Other bleeding (ever) (n[%]) No 6 (30)
Yes 14 (70)
Joint impairment (ever) (n[%]) No 18 (90)
Yes 2 (10)
Chronic pain (ever) (n[%]) No 18 (90)
Yes 2 (10)
Hepatitis B/C and HIV (n[%]) Negative 20 (100)
Psychopathology (n[%]) No 14 (70)
Yes 6 (30)
Psychiatric diagnosis (n[%]) ADHD 2 (10)
ADHD+ODD 1 (5)
ADHD+ODD+GAD 1 (5)
Depression 1 (5)
GAD+adjustment disorder 1 (5)
  1. ADHD attention deficit and hyperactivity disorder, ODD oppositional deficit disorder, GAD generalized anxiety disorder, SD standart deviation