hypotransferrinemia

hypotransferrinemia

 [hi″po-trans-fer″ĭ-ne´me-ah]
deficiency of transferrin in the blood.
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In hereditary cases of iron overload in the presence of isolated hyperferritinemia, the differential diagnosis should include hypotransferrinemia and aceruloplasminemia.
Hypotransferrinemia is a rare recessive disease, characterized by an extremely low transferrin concentration, severe IDA, and iron loading of the liver and other parenchymal organs (160,161).