Hb SC

Hb SC

abbreviation for hemoglobin SC.
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Among the 11 cases illustrated in Table 1, two were Hb SB-thal and the rest were equally divided among Hb SS and Hb SC genotypes.
There have been case reports of luteal cyst rupture with massive hemoperitoneum during dialysis, thrombolytic therapy, patient with Hb SC disease, liver disease and patient on anticoagulation therapy.
In addition, these assays create an increased risk for reporting misleading HbA1c results for patients harboring homozygous Hb S, Hb SC, or Hb S-b-thalassemia, where red blood cell life span is decreased.
7,8) In addition, the heterozygous conditions of Hb SC and compound heterozygote Hb S-[beta]-thalassemia are also known to cause increased red blood cell turnover.
Subjects included individuals with Hb AA, Hb AS, Hb SC, and Hb SS genotypes; the presence of Hb S in the blood samples did not affect the [Hb] measurements (data not shown).
13 Hb SS (sickle cell anaemia) or Hb S/b-0-thalassemia had higher frequency of acute chest syndrome or painful crises, than individuals and Hb S/b +- thalassemia or Hb SC.
La muestra poblacional consistio de 60 pacientes no relacionados con diagnostico de Hb C, de los cuales 27 pacientes fueron portadores de Hb AC, 30 pacientes fueron dobles heterocigotos con Hb SC y tres pacientes fueron doble heterocigotos con Hb [CA.
Los heterocigotos con rasgo drepanocitico (Hb AS) son portadores asintomaticos, los pacientes afectados pueden ser homocigotos (Hb SS) considerada como una de las formas mas severas de anemia de celulas falciformes o dobles heterocigotos, cuando el gen anormal de la HbS se une a otro gen anormal que afecta a la cadena de la [beta] globulina, las formas mas comunes son la Hb SC o la Hb S- [beta] talasemia + que tiene cierta cantidad de Hb A (Hb normal) en el gen que se encuentra afectado de [beta] talasemia; o S- [beta] talasemia 0 (cuando no se produce nada de Hb A) solo existe Hb S dentro del hematie.
Homozygous sickle cell anaemia (Hb SS) is the most common while sickle cell trait, doubly heterozygous conditions of Hb SC and Hb Sssthal also cause sickling disease2.
Some people with this genotype develop Hb SC disease, a variant of sickle cell disease.
Ten disorders accounted for an estimated 100 or more cases (phenylketonuria, 3-methylcrotonylCoA carboxylase deficiency, medium-chain acyl-CoA dehydrogenase deficiency, Hb SS, Hb SC, Hb S/a thalassemia, congenital hypothyroidism, congenital adrenal hyperplasia, galactosemia, and cystic fibrosis).
Patients with Hb SC disease typically have erythrocyte life spans of -29 days (5).