COMPORTAMENTO DEL RAPPORTO FRA GLOBULI ROSSI NORMALI E CARENTI IN SOGGETTI SARDI ETEROZIGOTI PER IL DEFICIT DI G 6 PD DURANTE CRISI EMOLITICA

Translated title of the contribution: Changes in the ratio between normal and sensitive red cells in Sardinian women heterozygous for G 6PD deficiency (Gd(b)/Gd(med)) during hemolytic crises

G. Fiorelli, F. Salerno, V. Palomba, F. Carandente

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Abstract

In 9 Sardinian females heterozygous for glucose 6 phosphate dehydrogenase (G 6PD) deficiency the 2 red cell populations, during and after hemolytic crises, were studied. The quantitative variation of G 6PD in individual erythrocytes was performed by spectrophotometric assay and by a cytochemical estimation based on differential scoring. Blood samples were taken on admission during hemolytic crisis and on the 5th day; control tests were carried out 4 mth after the crisis. Differential scoring demonstrated an increase of cells with a normal content of G 6PD on the 5th day after the hemolytic crisis coinciding with the peak in reticulocyte count.

Translated title of the contributionChanges in the ratio between normal and sensitive red cells in Sardinian women heterozygous for G 6PD deficiency (Gd(b)/Gd(med)) during hemolytic crises
Original languageItalian
Title of host publicationQUAD.SCLAVO DIAGN.CLIN.LAB.
Pages607-614
Number of pages8
Volume9
Edition1
Publication statusPublished - 1973

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Medicine(all)

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