Warm type haemolytic anaemia: 108 reports
Warm type haemolytic anaemia: Red cell destruction due to warm antibody self defence
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Number of reports submitted per year:
Drugs that could cause Warm type haemolytic anaemia
Conditions that could cause Warm type haemolytic anaemia
Most common Warm type haemolytic anaemia symptoms
- Gastrointestinal perforation - (4 reports)
- Suture rupture - (4 reports)
- Sepsis - (4 reports)
- Peritonitis - (4 reports)
- Vesical fistula - (4 reports)
- Diverticulitis - (4 reports)
- Nosocomial infection - (3 reports)
- Ocular discomfort - (2 reports)
- Eye disorder - (2 reports)
- Death - (2 reports)
All Warm type haemolytic anaemia symptomsa b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z
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