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What is done for isoimmunization?
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Dr. Stevan Cordas
Internal Medicine
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In brief: Isoimmunization
This is a case where antibodies are created against a component of red blood cells of the same species.
Usually incompatibility with a mother and a fetus. Over 400 anitgens can cause this in theory though kell, aob and rh are the most common. Exchange transfusions and other measures are needed. Best answered by a ob.

In brief: Isoimmunization
This is a case where antibodies are created against a component of red blood cells of the same species.
Usually incompatibility with a mother and a fetus. Over 400 anitgens can cause this in theory though kell, aob and rh are the most common. Exchange transfusions and other measures are needed. Best answered by a ob.
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