Blackfan

Black·fan

(blak'fan),
Kenneth D., U.S. physician, 1883-1941. See: Diamond-Blackfan anemia, Diamond-Blackfan syndrome.
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Diamond and Kenneth Blackfan, who described congenital hypoplastic anemia in 1938.
The Feinstein Institute for Medical Research revealed on Tuesday the receipt of the National Institutes of Health (NIH) grant, valued at USD2.5m, to study improved treatment for erythropoietic disorders, including Diamond Blackfan anaemia.
Evie Campbell has diamond blackfan anaemia (DBA) - a rare blood disorder that means the body doesn't produce its own red cells.
Evie Campbell has diamond blackfan anaemia, a rare blood disorder which means the body does not produce its own red blood cells.
HALLCROFT Opticians in Shepshed is staging a special event next Monday (July 16) to raise money for The Diamond Blackfan Anaemia (DBA) charity.
Kieron, 12, from Bootle, was diagnosed with the rare bone marrow failure disorder Diamond Blackfan Anaemia (DBA) when he was just two.
That game was tied 4-4, and SIU had Nikola Vasic at second with two outs and Logan Blackfan at bat.
DWM was first defined by Dandy and Blackfan (4) in 1914 and was named as Dandy-Walker by Benda (5) in 1954.
In 1892, Ballantyne described a criteria for diagnosing HDFN in 1912, Diamond, Blackfan and Baty investigated the associated clinical features and in 1938 Hellman and Hertig first recognised the familial incidence of disease.
It may be congenital (Diamond Blackfan syndrome) or acquired (including viral infections, lymphoproliferative disorders, autoimmune disorders or drugs).