Normocytic (normochromic) anemia

Normocytic (normochromic) anemia Most commonly, the following disorders lead to the development of normocytic anemia: AIDS, pyelonephritis, tuberculosis, brucellosis Autoimmune diseases ...

Posthemorrhagic anemia

Posthemorrhagic anemia The longer and more abundant the bleeding in a person, the more serious are the symptoms of posthemorrhagic anemia. If the blood loss is...

Hemolytic anemia of Minkowski-Schoffar

Hemolytic anemia of Minkowski-Schoffar To detect the disease, as a rule, is not difficult. The doctor will listen to the patient's complaints and carry out his examination. ...

Diet and proper nutrition in case of anemia

Diet and proper nutrition in case of anemia To increase the level of hemoglobin in the blood, you need to use the following recipes: Vitamin...

Hyperchromic anemia

Hyperchromic anemia Hyperchromic anemia is characterized by a decrease in the level of erythrocytes and hemoglobin in the blood. The disease develops against the background of disturbances...

Symptoms and treatment of hemolytic anemia

Symptoms and treatment of hemolytic anemia Thalassemia in a child Thalassemia is anemia, which is based on a congenital defect in the transport RNA or gene-regulator. ...