Anémie de l’insuffisance rénale chronique

Anemia of chronic renal failure

Introduction: The IRC publications on anemia are extremely numerous and American, European and more recently French recommendations, under the aegis of the French Agency for the Safety ...
Anémie

Anemia

– Anemia is defined by a decrease in hemoglobin. This is a very common symptom in tropical areas where 10-20% of the population has Hb <10 g / dl. (Normal values:> 13 g ...
Drépanocytose

Thalassemia, sickle cell disease

Genetic disorders of hemoglobin are classified into two main categories: thalassemia and hemoglobinopathies whose most common form is sickle cell anemia. Structure and organization ...
Anémie

Anemia

Complete blood counts done systematically or before a clinical picture suggestive of anemia stated on a hemoglobin level below 13 g / dL in men, 12 g / dL in women and children over ...
Anémie

Anemia

DIAGNOSIS: Criteria: Anemia is defined based only on the hemoglobin. In his absence, hematocrit could replace but hemoglobin is the best criterion. There anemia if hemoglobin is: – ...

Iron Deficiency Anemia

Etiology: The search for a cause of iron deficiency is based on a careful history and thorough physical examination (including a rectal and pelvic exam). Iron deficiency can occur in ...
Anémies hémolytiques auto-immunes

Autoimmune Hemolytic Anemia

Etiology: The incidence of autoimmune hemolytic anemia (AIHA) is about 1/80 000, the frequency increases beyond 40-50 years. Cases of paroxysmal hemoglobinuria frigore are distinguished ...
Anemie normochrome macrocytaire

Macrocytic Anemia in adults

Pathophysiology: A- cellular actions of the vitamin B12 and folic acid: The megaloblaste is an erythroblast (Ebl) Abnormal present in the marrow of patients with vitamin B12 deficiency ...

Intrinsic factor antibodies

Gastric intrinsic factor is a secreted glycoprotein, such as hydrochloric acid, by the fundic cells of the stomach. In combination with vitamin B12 from food, it forms a complex which ...
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