sc002 at dial.oleane.com
Sun Mar 31 19:32:24 EST 1996
Young man of 30, who have never had before any sign, began to
have, after a kind of infuenza, some sort of very light
swimmings of the head (without any loss of stability).
After several tests (scanner ..) which were negative and a
test for blood pathology, he came out he had a minor
- How comes he had never had before any trouble due to
Thalassemia until the age of 29.
- Do you think swimmings of the head are because of
- The only medecine given to him is 'magnesium' and 'acid
folique'. The result is not very positive because he goes on
having these light swimmings of the head, which is very
- What is the medecine or treatment indicated for that kind of
- Do you know any center or hospital specialized on that
Here after, a part of the blood pathology tests.
COMPLETE BLOOD COUNT
Platelet count 321
Possible increase in Hemoglobin A2. HGB A2 quantification by
column chromatography is suggested.
HGB A 95.4
HGB A2 4.60
HB A2 by column 4.60
HB F by column 0.80
Poly, Lymph, Mono, Eos, Baso, Ani socytosis, Hypochromia,
Microcytosis, Leukocyte morphology appears normal.
IRON test in profile A appears at 82 ug/dL
Haptoglobine results at 0.38 g/l
We apologize for our english which is probably not very
correct and thanks in advance for your help.
Mail address :sc002 at dial.oleane.com
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