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Synonyms for hemoglobinopathy

a blood disease characterized by the presence of abnormal hemoglobins in the blood

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Test Result Units Reference Hemoglobinopathy Evaluation Range Hb A 92.
Under the collaboration, Novartis will gain worldwide exclusive rights to Homology's proprietary technology platform for select ophthalmic targets and a hemoglobinopathy disease.
She said that seven per cent of the global population is a carrier of a severe hemoglobinopathy, while Cyprus, with one of the highest percentage of carriers at 16 per cent, may have been the first country in the world to recognise in the 1960s the great necessity of timely and effective management of thalassaemia.
The reported patients were associated with sickle cell hemoglobinopathy, mainly with sickle cell trait and less frequently without sickle cell disease.
K, Dutta, S, Bhattacharjee M, Ghosh MK, Prevalence of Hemoglobinopathy in Rural Bengal, 2012.
Distribution of hemoglobinopathy variants by ethnicity in a multiethnic state.
The term hemoglobinopathy is used to indicate only those disorders with structurally abnormal hemoglobin (Hb).
Alpha thalassemia is by far the commonest hemoglobinopathy in India, with highest prevalence in Punjabi population in the northern region [17].
Thus, our case had a spuriously high HbAlc result of 16% in HPLC for variant hemoglobinopathy analysis mode, which measures acetyl Hb, and HbAlc of 3% in HPLC for standard analysis mode.
Hemoglobinopathy is amongst the most common hereditary hematologic disorder in country and especially in Cukurova region an important health problem.
Evaluation of cation-exchange HPLC compared with isoelectric focusing for neonatal hemoglobinopathy screening.
HbF is not a variant, nor is it a hemoglobinopathy.
Pitfalls in newborn hemoglobinopathy screening: Failure to detect [sz]+-thalassemia.
He describes malarial anemia, non-malarial protozoa-induced anemia, hookworm-related anemia and other intestinal helminth-induced anemia, and anemia in bacterial infections, fungal infections, viral diseases, thalassemia, and tropical hemoglobinopathy.
High-risk conditions were indicated by ICD-9 diagnoses, and included asthma or other chronic pulmonary disease, chronic cardiac disease, immunosuppressive disorders or therapy, sickle cell anemia or other hemoglobinopathy, chronic renal dysfunction, or chronic metabolic disease.