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What groups are at risk for hemolytic anemia?
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Dr. Ritesh Rathore
Internal Medicine - Hematology & Oncology
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In brief: Varies
Inherited hemolytic anemias such as sickle cell, thalassemias can run in families and are more common in african americans, hispanics, asian indians for example.
Acquired hemolytic anemias can be associated with blood cancer patients, patients with autoimmune disorders, infections (hiv, hepatitis), etc.

In brief: Varies
Inherited hemolytic anemias such as sickle cell, thalassemias can run in families and are more common in african americans, hispanics, asian indians for example.
Acquired hemolytic anemias can be associated with blood cancer patients, patients with autoimmune disorders, infections (hiv, hepatitis), etc.
Dr. Ritesh Rathore
Dr. Ritesh Rathore
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Dr. Agos Luca
Pathology
In brief: See below
Hemolytic anemia may have numerous causes including toxins, infections, genetic diseases, autoimmune diseases, drugs, certain types of food, etc.
When genetic causes are considered, several groups of people are predisposed including asians, african-americans, northern europeans.

In brief: See below
Hemolytic anemia may have numerous causes including toxins, infections, genetic diseases, autoimmune diseases, drugs, certain types of food, etc.
When genetic causes are considered, several groups of people are predisposed including asians, african-americans, northern europeans.
Dr. Agos Luca
Dr. Agos Luca
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