It is feasible that the primary title of the record Factor XII Deficiency is not the name you anticipated.
It is triggered by a shortage of the aspect XII (Hageman element), a plasma healthy protein (glycoprotein). Especially, element XII is a clotting aspect. It is believed that aspect XII is required for appropriate blood clotting, when it is lacking, various other blood clotting aspects show up to make up for its lack.
Aspect XII shortage wased initially explained in the clinical literary works in 1955 by medical professionals Oscar Ratnoff as well as Jane Colopy in a client called John Hageman. The problem is occasionally referred to as Hageman element shortage or Hageman characteristic.