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How can I relate the Rh incompatibility to other blood cells?

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Dr. Gurmukh Singh
Pathology
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In brief: Unclear question

It is not feasible to answer your question as there is no incompatibility between a person's red cells and other cells.

In brief: Unclear question

It is not feasible to answer your question as there is no incompatibility between a person's red cells and other cells.
Dr. Gurmukh Singh
Dr. Gurmukh Singh
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Dr. James Ball
Pediatrics - Hematology & Oncology

In brief: Not sure of question

Rh incompatibility is a red blood cell phenomenon.
Typically a mom has no rh antigen, therefore will make an rh-antibody if exposed. This causes rbc breakdown in rh-positive infants born to these mothers. The same thing can occur with platelets and neutrophils. There is an antigen discrepancy, which causes mom to produce antibody, which causes cell destruction.

In brief: Not sure of question

Rh incompatibility is a red blood cell phenomenon.
Typically a mom has no rh antigen, therefore will make an rh-antibody if exposed. This causes rbc breakdown in rh-positive infants born to these mothers. The same thing can occur with platelets and neutrophils. There is an antigen discrepancy, which causes mom to produce antibody, which causes cell destruction.
Dr. James Ball
Dr. James Ball
Thank
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