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Hämolytische Erkrankungen auf der Basis genetisch determinierter Enzymdefekte der Erythrocyten

  • G. Sansone
Conference paper
Part of the Freiburger Symposion an der Medizinischen Universitäts-Klinik book series (FREIBURGER, volume 7)

Zusammenfassung

Durch eine Reihe besonders fruchtbarer Entdeckungen sind auf dem Gebiete der akuten hämolytischen Anämien in den letzten 15 Jahren große Fortschritte gemacht worden. Zunächst hatte die Immunhämatologie diese Untersuchungen beherrscht, was zur Aufklärung einer Gruppe hämolytischer Erkrankungen geführt hat, die durch die Anwesenheit von Iso- oder Autoantikörpern charakterisiert ist. Später traten Studien der Enzymchemie roter Blutkörperchen in den Vordergrund. Durch den Nachweis spezifischer biochemischer Defekte der Erythrocyten kamen weitere, bisher unbekannte hämolytische Zustände ans Licht.

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  • G. Sansone
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  1. 1.GenuaItalien

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