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Hemoglobin C homozygous (CC)

Hemoglobin C homozygous (CC): Introduction

Hemoglobin C homozygous (CC): A rare genetic blood disorder which tends to only cause mild hemolytic anemia. More detailed information about the symptoms, causes, and treatments of Hemoglobin C homozygous (CC) is available below.

Symptoms of Hemoglobin C homozygous (CC)

Treatments for Hemoglobin C homozygous (CC)

  • Regular monitoring
  • Regular eye review to screen for neovascularisation
  • Splenectomy occasionally required
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