isoimmune(redirected from isoimmune hemorrhagic anemia)
isoimmuneOf 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.
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.
see immune-mediated thrombocytopenia.