1. an inherited form of anemia caused by faulty synthesis of hemoglobin
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  • Less common causes of microcytosis are thalassemia and lead poisoning.
  • For example, Caucasians whose families came from Northern Europe are more likely to have cystic fibrosis; African-Americans are more likely to have sickle-cell disease; people of Southeast Asian or Mediterranean background are more likely to have anemias known as thalassemias; and people of Ashkenazi Jewish, French-Canadian, or Cajun background are more likely than others to experience Tay-Sachs disease and several other conditions. Our Bodies, Ourselves: Pregnancy and Birth
  • These conditions include sickle cell anemia, beta thalassemia, phenylketonuria PKU, hypothyroidism,8 and galactosemia. Pregnancy, Childbirth, and the Newborn
  • In-utero hematopoietic stem cell transplantations are a promising approach for the treatment of selected congenital immunodeficiency disorders (i.e. severe combined immunodeficiencies, chronic granulomatous disease, hyperIgM syndrome and others) and hemoglobinopathies (i.e. sickle cell disease and thalassemia). In Utero Stem Cell Transplantation
  • Less common causes of microcytosis are thalassemia and lead poisoning.
  • Genetic changes in the hemoglobin molecule that affect the shape of the red blood cell and the oxygen carrying capacity of the cell result in the inheritable diseases of sickle-cell anemia and beta-thalassemia.
  • In beta thalassemia, beta chain production is reduced along with a compensatory increase in gamma and delta chain production.
  • Replacing it with the correct one fixed the fault that causes the blood disorder beta-thalassemia. The Sun
  • We describe a case of intussusception of the terminal ileum, accompanied by necrotizing lymphadenitis with extensive infarction in a 4-year-old child with thalassemia major.
  • We assumed that the same mechanism that is involved in differentiation and maturation of the reticulocyte is also involved in the removal of "naturally occurring" mutant abnormal hemoglobins that are synthesized in different hemoglobinopathies, such as thalassemias and sickle cell anemia, and also in the destruction of the amino acid analogs Aaron Ciechanover - Autobiography
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