Clin Case Rep Int | Volume 6, Issue 1 | Case Report | Open Access

A Rare Presentation of Acute Hemolytic Anemia in a Newborn Infant - Case Report

Ameen M1*, Abdullah T2, Kattih O3, Alkhars A2, Haider B2, Alghareeb M2, Alkhunaizi M2 and Almoosa Z4

1Department of Pediatric Hematology, Almoosa Specialist Hospital, Saudi Arabia
2Department of Neonatology , Almoosa Specialist Hospital, Saudi Arabia
3Department of Pediatric Critical Care Unit , Almoosa Specialist Hospital, Saudi Arabia
4Department of Infectious Diseases, Almoosa Specialist Hospital, Almoosa College of Health Sciences, Saudi Arabia

*Correspondance to: Muhammad Ameen 

Fulltext PDF

Abstract

Hereditary Elliptocytosis (HE) is a heterogeneous group of inherited Red Blood Cell (RBC) disorders characterized by the presence of elongated, oval, or elliptically shaped RBCs on the peripheral blood smear. Hemolytic anemia in these disorders ranges from absent to life-threatening. Transient hemolytic anemia has been reported in neonates with some of the more severe HE syndromes. We will present a newborn with acute hemolysis anemia who experienced recurrent hemolysis with a strong positive family history of anemia and one mortality because of hydrops fetalis due to severe hemolysis.

Keywords:

Citation:

Ameen M, Abdullah T, Kattih O, Alkhars A, Haider B, Alghareeb M, et al. A Rare Presentation of Acute Hemolytic Anemia in a Newborn Infant - Case Report. Clin Case Rep Int. 2022; 6: 1332.

Subscribe to Our Newsletter