hemolytic anemia

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Synonyms for hemolytic anemia

anemia resulting from destruction of erythrocytes

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At a later stage of the pregnancy, these antibodies can cross through the placenta and enter the blood of the foetus, increasing the chances of destroying the red blood cells of the foetus and causing anaemia, a condition known as the Haemolytic Disease of the Newborn or Rhesus disease.
Epidemiology of Rh haemolytic disease of the newborn in the United States.
Four-month-old Euan was born with rhesus haemolytic disease, where the mother's immune system "attacks" her baby as an invader.
The four-month-old was born with a condition known as rhesus haemolytic disease, where the mother's immune system 'attacks' the baby as an invader.