Acquired hemolytic anemia

What is Acquired hemolytic anemia?

Acquired hemolytic anemia can be divided into immune and non-immune mediated forms of hemolytic anemia.

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My alt and ast are about 140 each due to HCV. Anything I can naturally do to lower them. I am allergic to interferon, developed autoimmune...

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I really appreciate your concern looking to the history given here I would like to say that the underlying cause of...

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i have microcytic hypochromic anemia since childhood. my mother had blood grp B negative, and dad has A positive. my red blood cell destruction is...

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The Rh Incompatibility is purely a haemolytic disease of newborn.This condition affects the newborns only as there will...

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My son XXXXXXX XXXXXXX age 7 years is suffereing from hemolytic anemia since birth. His hemoglobin remains at 8 to 9 g/dL and sometimes...

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Please double check if you did not miss some details, maybe an additional diagnosis. Why I am saying this?...

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