• Daniela Hermelin, MD

Warm Autoimmune Hemolytic Anemia in Crohn's Disease

Warm autoimmune hemolytic anemias can be difficult to diagnosis and even more difficult to treat, especially when it comes to providing compatible blood products. Here's a case of a young man who presented with progressive weakness and dizziness and a Hb = 4.4 mg/dL. Learn the step-by-step process of diagnosing warm autoimmune hemolytic anemias, including the pre-transfusion testing labs, which can help you determine the etiology and more... #Blooducation #BenignHematology #BBRounds





Resources:

1.) Marc Michel (2011) Classification and therapeutic approaches in autoimmune hemolytic anemia: an update, Expert Review of Hematology, 4:6, 607-618, DOI: 10.1586/ehm.11.60

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