Aim: Factor VII deficiency is one of the hereditary coagulation disorders that has autosomal reccessive inheritance and is observed relatively frequently (1/500 000). It is clinically heterogeneous, and may be asymptomatic or lead to life-threatening bleeding. Thus, there is no correlation between FVII activity and clinical findings. Plasma-derived and recombinant FVII concentrates are currently used for treatment. In countries where access to these products is lacking, fresh frozen plasma and prothrombin complex concentrates are also used, though they contain low amounts of factor FVII. In this study, we present the clinical properties, treatments, and surgical interventions used in patients followed up in our clinic with a diagnosis of factor FVII deficiency.