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Some of the possible disorders or diseases causing the anemia are iron deficiency (ID), thalassemia, anemia of chronic inflammation (ACI), some sideroblastic anemias, and lead poisoning.
Adults who had anemia of chronic inflammation were found to have low selenium levels in their serum.
(6,8,9) Anemia is another hematological manifestation noted, and the most common type being a mild normocytic anemia of chronic inflammation. Pure red-cell aplasia (PRCA) has also been noted in association with Sjogren's syndrome.
A level below the normal range of 20% to 50% suggests iron deficiency or anemia of chronic inflammation.
The pathogenesis of anemia of chronic inflammation has been linked to the impaired delivery and use of iron by erythroid precursors, according to Dr.