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Canine Coagulation Factor VII is an important protein involved in blood clotting in dogs.
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Canine Coagulation Factor VII is an important protein involved in blood clotting in dogs. Deficiency in Factor VII causes a bleeding disorder, which can lead to dangerously uncontrolled bleeding in the case of injury or surgery. The disorder occurs in the Beagle, and is caused by a recessive mutation to the gene F7.
Under most circumstances, affected dogs appear healthy. However, they may bleed excessively after trauma or surgery, develop hematomas or bleeding in the body cavity, or experience persistent uterine or vaginal bleeding. Blood analysis can confirm a lack of Factor VII activity.
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