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Inmune hemolytic anemia

María Consuelo Calomarde Rees, Carlos Iglesias Sánchez, Elena Martín Boado, Gabriel Vegas, Félix Omeñaca, Antonio González González
Perinatal hemolytic disease occurs secondary to a hemolytic phenomenon of immune origin resulting in fetal or neonatal anemia. A 38-year-old pregnant woman was referred to the Department of high risk Obstetrics, Hospital Universitario La Paz Madrid because of presenting a dichorionic diamniotic twin pregnancy spontaneously, pre-pregnancy diabetes poorly controlled and severe alloinmunization anti-D. Her first pregnancy ended in a normal delivery at term; in the period of 4 years, she has three newborn with 36, 34 and 40 weeks respectively, who die with a week of life...
March 2012: Ginecología y Obstetricia de México
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