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n.pl hematologic dyscrasias that affect the component cells and plasma elements of the blood. They are generally divided into two broad groups: those in which an increase in bulk occurs (e.g., plethora, hydremia, polycythemia) and those in which a decrease in bulk occurs (e.g., anhydremia, dehydration, anemia).
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The association is also aimed at providing psychological and social support for patients and their families and to keep them updated with the latest trends about genetic blood disorders.
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The genetically-inherited blood disorders can be life-threatening if not treated correctly.
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MUSCAT: The Petroleum Development Oman (PDO) will sponsor the training programmes for a number of blood disorder patients, under the umbrella of Oman Hereditary Blood Disorder Association (OHBDA).
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