Key clinical point: The age of diagnosis of congenital bleeding disorders in women appears strongly linked to known family history and disease severity.
Major finding: The median age at diagnosis for women with a family history of a bleeding disorder was 6 years, compared with 17 years for women with no known family history (P less than .01).
Study details: A survey of 709 girls and women with congenital bleeding disorders from 32 countries.
Disclosures: No funding sources were reported. The authors reported having no conflicts of interest.
Noone D et al. Haemophilia. 2019 Apr 29. doi: 10.1111/hae.13722.