The Clinical and Pathophysiological Features of Malarial Anaemia
This review will focus on the principal clinical and pathophysiological features of the anaemia of falciparum malaria, including the problems of treating malarial anaemia, and also will suggest how recent advances in genomics may help our understanding of cellular and molecular mechanisms underlying this syndrome.
KeywordsFalciparum Malaria Malaria Infection Severe Malaria Severe Anaemia Cerebral Malaria
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