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Consistent elevated transferrin saturation (55%) and normal ferritin. brain mri shows 4mm microbleed in basal ganglia. hemoglobinopathy fractionation cascade and cbc ruled out thalassemia. cognitive impairment. what is the cause and what should i do?

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Dr. Bennett Machanic answered

Specializes in Neurology

Not so fast! You have reached a public medical education site where we answer general medical questions but do NOT provide personal diagnoses, treatments, prescriptions, management, or referrals. A glib response with the limited provided data is not feasible. A more thorough evaluation can be obtained via a virtual consult (www.connect@healthtap.com)

Answered Sep 26, 2023



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