fetal haemoglobin


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fetal haemoglobin

The form of HAEMOGLOBIN normally present in the red blood cells of the fetus. The haemoglobin alpha chains are identical to those of the adult, but the gamma chains are slightly different.
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Key Words: Osteopetrosis; Osteomyelitis; Mandible; Fetal Haemoglobin
Such as the lack of assay standardization, interference by Schiff base and the problems related to its measurement in patients with hemoglobinpathies, fetal haemoglobin, renal failure and haemolytic disease.
Bhattacharya N, Mukherjee KL, Chettri MK, Banerjee T, Mani U, Bhattacharya S, "A Study Report of 174 Units of Placental Umbilical Cord Whole Blood Safe Transfusion in 62 Patients As A Rich Source of Fetal Haemoglobin Supply in Different Indications of Blood Transfusion", Clinical and Experimental Obstretics and Gynecology, Vol.
This teenager has sickle cell anaemia (SS) or sickle cell Haemoglobin C disease (SC), or sickle cell beta-Thalassaemia (SbetaThal), or sickle cell Hereditary Persistence of Fetal Haemoglobin (SFhereditary).
Effect of fetal haemoglobin on the accuracy of pulse oximetry in preterm infants.