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John Adney
Answered: Feb 26, 2017
Aaemia of chronic disease

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H. Martin, Content Writer
Answered: Feb 01, 2019
A lot of people may be more familiar with Heinz as ketchup but for this question, we can easily eliminate D. This is not referring to ketchup but rather the denatured hemoglobin that can be found...Read More

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J. Goodman, Web Content Writer
Answered: Oct 15, 2018
When someone is diagnosed with having anemia, usually they have undergone a blood test. The blood test determines that there are very low levels of iron in their blood or otherwise they are known...Read More

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John Adney, Web Content Writer
Answered: Mar 17, 2017
Thallassemia and haemoglobinopathis cause decrease tic with increase serum ferretin

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John Smith, Web Content Writer
Answered: Jan 22, 2020
Follow a hemoglobin level every 6 months for further decline-the predominant cause of anemia in renal disease is a deficiency of erythropoietin production by the diseased kidneys. erythropoietin is...Read More

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John Smith, Web Content Writer
Answered: Jan 22, 2020
Observe patient for signs of bleeding and transfuse platelets as needed-thrombocytopenia is a major problem associated with aplastic anemia. it should be managed by platelet transfusion as needed to...Read More

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John Smith, Web Content Writer
Answered: Jan 22, 2020
Iron studies and a ferritin level-macrocytosis (mcv greater than 100 fl) is a hallmark of cobalamin and folic acid deficiency, but it may be masked by concurrent disorders such as iron deficiency....Read More

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John Smith, Web Content Writer
Answered: Jan 22, 2020
Pnh is caused by the loss of a cell surfaceanchoring membrane, making erythrocytes more susceptible to complement activation.-pnh is a somatic clonal disorder of hematopoietic stem cells. pnh...Read More

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John Smith, Web Content Writer
Answered: Jan 22, 2020
Because of the risk of oxidative stress associated with dapsone, it is important to screen users before starting the medication.-g6pd deficiency is one of the most common disorders in the world;...Read More

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John Smith, Web Content Writer
Answered: Jan 22, 2020
Cholelithiasis is a frequent side effect of sickle cell disease.-aseptic necrosis (osteonecrosis) of the femoral head occurs in about 10% of patients, particularly those who also have a thalassemia....Read More

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John Smith, Web Content Writer
Answered: Jan 22, 2020
Patients with -thalassemia minor are usually heterozygous for a -globin mutation and have either mild or no anemia.--thalassemia major is usually a homozygous or doubly heterozygous condition;...Read More

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N. Kingsley, Writer
Answered: Sep 19, 2018
Before this question will be answered, it is important that microcytic anaemia is understood. This is a condition wherein there is a presence of hypochromic or pale red blood cells. The lack of...Read More

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