panagglutination

panagglutination

Polyagglutination, see there.
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5%), in that causing panagglutination was observed in 69/187 cases by cold autoantibodies (37%), rest of discrepancies were because of mixed and warm autoantibodies.
Cold agglutinins usually cause panagglutination and cell group shows AB group and serum O group.
Because these antigens are usually high-incidence, these patients will typically demonstrate panagglutination when their serum is exposed to most commercially procured screening red blood cells.
The resulting panagglutination is often noted when testing free antibodies found in a patient's serum and also when testing the antibodies that are eluted from a patient's RBCs, during in vitro identification techniques.