Hemoglobinopathy

 

Abnormal hemoglobin which cause hemolytic anemias as a result of removal of red cells which contain them by macrophages. They include

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Hemoglobin S disease

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Hemoglobin C disease

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Hemoglobin H disease

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Hemoglobin E disease

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Hemoglobin Koln

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Hemoglobin Yakima

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Hemoglobin Kansas

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Hemoglobin M. Iwata

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Thalassemia syndromes

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Hereditary persistence of fetal hemoglobin

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Acquired hemoglobinopathies (e.g. carbon monoxide poison and methemoglobinemia).

 

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