isoimmune

isoimmune

Of immune disease in which the ANTIBODIES are produced as a result of ANTIGENS from another person. An example is HAEMOLYTIC DISEASE OF THE NEW-BORN. Compare AUTOIMMUNE in which the antigens come from the same person.

isoimmune

possessing antibodies to isoantigens.

isoimmune hemolytic anemia
see alloimmune hemolytic anemia of the newborn.
isoimmune hemorrhagic anemia
see purpura hemorrhagica.
isoimmune neonatal leukopenia
recorded as a cause of immune deficiency in foals; antibodies to the sire's lymphocytes in the mare's serum.
isoimmune thrombocytopenia
see immune-mediated thrombocytopenia.
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Fetal magnetocardiography (fMCG) to monitor cardiac time intervals in fetuses at risk for isoimmune AV block.
2] Quickly rising or high bilirubin levels or marked jaundice developing within 24 hours after birth warrant investigation of causative pathology such as isoimmune haemolysis (ABO and Rh incompatibility, congenital haemolytic disease) or bile duct disorders.
Passi GR, Kriplani A, Pati HP Choudhry VP Isoimmune hemolysis in an infant due to maternal Evans' syndrome.
It is worrying to note that six (23%) of the babies readmitted for ET had isoimmune haemolysis, suggesting that this condition was overlooked at birth.
Isoimmune neonatal neutropenia in a North African newborn due to anti-Fc[gamma] RIIIb.
Although the incidence of isoimmune hydrops fetalis has decreased markedly, nonimmune hydrops fetalis cases have been more frequently reported.
Intravenous immunoglobulin in treatment of neonatal isoimmune thrombocytopenia.
The systematic review completed by Alcock and Liley in 2002 [29] evaluates whether IVIG is effective in reducing the need for exchange transfusion in neonates with isoimmune hemolytic jaundice ("isoimmune," also "alloimmune," refers to the development of antibodies in an individual against antibodies from another individual in the same species [30], a broad group of diseases to which ABO incompatibility belongs).
Pregnancy history includes gestational age, maternal blood type, and Rh and isoimmune antibody titers.
Immune hemolytic anemia can be either isoimmune or autoimmune.
Unusual patterns of newborn jaundice, especially jaundice within the first day after delivery, should result in prompt follow-up investigations of prenatal maternal testing for ABO or unusual isoimmune antibodies.
Maternal prenatal testing of ABO and Rh(D) typing and a serum screen for unusual isoimmune antibodies should be reviewed if available.