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Warm autoimmune hemolytic anemia

Warm autoimmune hemolytic anemia is an extremely rare form of anemia affecting only one in 80,000 people. This type of anemia is caused when red blood cells are destroyed by heat antibodies that are activated by warm temperatures, such as body temperature. Warm autoimmune hemolytic anemia…
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Cold agglutinin disease – Causes & Treatments

Cold agglutinin disease is a rare disease that occurs in approximately one in 80,000 people and is a form of anemia known as “autoimmune hemolytic anemia” and is caused by destruction of red blood cells from antibodies that are activated in cold temperatures typically in the…
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Red Blood Cells: Riding the Red Road

Red blood cells perform the most important blood duty. A single drop of blood contains millions of red blood cells that are constantly traveling through your body delivering oxygen and removing waste. If they were not, your body would slowly die. Red blood cells Red blood cells are red only…
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Aplastic Anemia Treatment

Aplastic anemia is a rare condition, although it still affects about 500 to 1,000 people each year in America alone. The efficiency of the treatments will depend on the time of diagnosis, and severity of the patient’s condition. This disease is a distinctive disorder that can have…
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Diagnosis of Aplastic Anemia

Doing a diagnosis of aplastic anemia The diagnosis of aplastic anemia in a patient is when his bone marrow is seen to produce a reduced number of each cell type. The human body is composed of three types of blood cells in the red blood cells, white cells and platelets. Decreased production of…
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Living With Hemolytic Anemia

Hemolytic anemia can be mild or severe. Inherited forms of hemolytic anemia is life-long relationships and may require ongoing treatment. Acquired forms of the condition may go away if the cause is found and corrected. If you have hemolytic anemia, take good care of your health. See your…
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Red Blood Cells Destruction

Causes of Red Blood Cells Destruction The immediate cause of hemolytic anemia is the early destruction of red blood cells. This means that red blood cells are destroyed and removed from the bloodstream before their usual lifespan is over. Many diseases, conditions and factors that may…
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Symptoms of Hemolytic Anemia

The signs and symptoms of hemolytic anemia will depend on the type and severity of the disease. People who have mild hemolytic anemia often have no signs or symptoms. More severe hemolytic anemia can cause many signs and symptoms, and they can be serious. Many of the signs and symptoms of hemolytic…
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