Tag Archives: intravascular haemolysis

Case 67 – part 2 summary

We have found that our patient has PCH. PCH is a form of auto immune haemolytic anaemia which will usually present in young children. It is caused by a biphasic antibody with will usually target the P antigen on red … Continue reading

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Case 67 – part 2

Here we have our second case! A 5 year girl old presents to her A&E with her grandmother. She had been the park today and has now become generally unwell with abdominal pain, back pain, vomiting and feeling shivery. HB … Continue reading

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Case 67 – part 1 summary

So we have found our patient has g6pd deficiency precipitated by eating broad beans. With folic acid and supportive care he made a full recovery. G6pd deficiency is an X linked disorder that results in a deficiency of the enzyme … Continue reading

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Case 67 – part 1

Welcome to our cases this week. This week we will be focusing on children, with 3 short cases. Our first case begins in A&E. We have a 3 year old boy who’s  mum has bought him in because he has … Continue reading

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