isoerythrolysis

i·so·e·ryth·rol·y·sis

(ī'sō-ĕ-rith-rol'i-sis), Avoid the mispronunciation isoerythroly'sis.
Destruction of erythrocytes by isoantibodies.
[iso- + erythrocyte = G. lysis, dissolution]

i·so·e·ryth·rol·y·sis

(ī'sō-ĕ-rith-rol'i-sis)
Destruction of erythrocytes by isoantibodies.
[iso- + erythrocyte = G. lysis, dissolution]
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In this occurrence, the mating with a DEA 1 positive dog could raise the probability of risk of neonatal isoerythrolysis in any DEA 1 positive offspring [2].
Anyhow, the prevalence of alloantibodies against blood group antigens in dogs is quite rare and the only alloantibody consistently found is against DEA 7 antigen (around 10% in 2,500 dogs tested), and so far evidence of transfusion reactions or neonatal isoerythrolysis has not been documented [17, 34, 40].
(2014b) associated changes in the potentials of foals with diseases such as sepsis, neonatal encephalopathy, neonatal isoerythrolysis, and preterm birth.
Another condition known as neonatal isoerythrolysis, in which the mother develops antibodies to the red blood cells of her kitten, can result in red blood cell destruction and anemia when the kitten ingests the mother's antibodies in her milk.
Common situations involving transfusions are life-threatening anemia from acute hemorrhage or surgical blood loss, hemolysis from drugs or toxins, immune-mediated diseases, severe non-regenerative conditions, and neonatal isoerythrolysis. It is indicated in situation where packed cell volume (PCV) is less than 15% and haemoglobin concentration below 5 gm% (Tufani et al., 2004).
Neonatal isoerythrolysis (NI) Hemolytic disease of the newborn; foal's red blood cells destroyed by antibody in mare's colostrum; results in anemia and sometimes death.
"It could be fatal." Another complication of blood type incompatibility is neonatal hemolysis (also called neonatal isoerythrolysis), a condition occurring when a type-B queen is bred to a type-A torn.