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Bleeding into the joint in a hemophiliac is best controlled by
|B||Ligature of bleeders after opening the joint|
|D||Factor viii transfusion|
Factor viii transfusion
Bleeding in to a joint in a hemophiliac is any surgeon's night mare. Local pressures and proximal tourniquet are at best temporary measures and opening the joint is suicidal. The best thing to do is to transfuse factor VIII.