Haemolyse

Labo Longziekten overveld at uia.ua.ac.be
Thu Mar 27 04:45:16 EST 1997


In article <3339ea79.5058702 at nntp.online.edvg.co.at>, 
b.schlaegl at online.edvg.co.at (Brigitte Schlägl) writes:

>I have been diagnosed of suffering from Haemolyse. Can anybody explain me what 
it means etc.?

Haemolysis is the breakdown of red blood cells. It may be due to the action of 
disease-causing microorganisms, poisons, antibodies in mismatched blood 
transfusions, or certain allergic reactions. It produces anaemia.

Information in the Web can be found by searching for the word haemolysis or 
hemolysis, using HotBot (http://www.hotbot.com) or Altavista 
(http://altavista.digital.com).

Frans J. van Overveld, Ph.D.
Dept. Respiratory Medicine
Univ. Antwerp



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