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Premium A Case of Haemolytic Disease of the Newborn Due to a New Red Cell Antigen, Zd
Švanda M.,
Procházka R.,
Kout M.,
Giles Carolyn M.
Publication year1970
Publication title
vox sanguinis
Resource typeJournals
PublisherBlackwell Publishing Ltd
A young mother gave birth to her second child, and hc was found t o be suffering from haemolytic disease of the newborn. A detailed study has failed t o identify the antigen-antibody concerned and it is conbidered that a new blood group has thus been revealed. The mother has become immunized by pregnancy to a low frequency antigen present on her husband’s cells. The family study has shown the antigen t o be present in three generations. The antibody will be callcd anti-Zd anti the corresponding antigen, Zd.
Subject(s)blood transfusion , croup , emergency department , general hospital , medicine , pediatrics , psychiatry , surgery
SCImago Journal Rank0.68

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