Widal-Abrami disease/immune haemolytic anaemia

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Widal-Abrami disease/immune haemolytic anaemia

A variable set of clinical signs and symptoms caused by haemolytic anaemia, which is now recognised as having an autoimmune substrate and thus is not a disease a sui generis.
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of Cases % Hereditary Haemolytic Anaemia Thalassemia Major 12 23.07% Thalassemia Minor 1 1.97% Sickle Cell Anaemia 11 21.15% Sickle Cell Trait 4 7.69% Sickle Thalassemia 4 7.69% Hereditary Persistence of Foetal Haemoglobin 1 1.92% Acquired Haemolytic Anaemia Malaria 17 32.69% Autoimmune Haemolytic Anaemia 2 3.84% Age at First Presentation with Thalassemia Major Age in Months No.
Acquired haemolytic anaemia may be immune mediated, either idiopathic, or associated with malignancy, autoimmune disorders, drugs, infections and transfusions.
Other causes of anaemia during pregnancy include megaloblastic anaemia, acquired haemolytic anaemia, anaemia caused by acute blood loss, anaemia of inflammation or malignancy, aplastic or hypoplastic anaemia.

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