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Cold antibody hemolytic anemia

Cold antibody hemolytic anemia: Introduction

Cold antibody hemolytic anemia: A rare autoimmune condition where the body's defense system attacks and destroys red blood cells. The onset of the condition is triggered by temperatures 30°C or lower. More detailed information about the symptoms, causes, and treatments of Cold antibody hemolytic anemia is available below.

Symptoms of Cold antibody hemolytic anemia

Treatments for Cold antibody hemolytic anemia

  • No treatment - disease may be mild and self limiting especially in children
  • Avoid cold exposure
  • Blood transfusions - in acute severe disease
  • Treatment of underlying conditions such as Mycoplasma, and systemic autoimmune disease
  • Plasmapheresis - use is limited, but may be helpful in acute severe disease
  • more treatments...»

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