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The word thalassemia comes from the Greek “thalassa” shouted by Xenophon's
troops when they finally reached the Black Sea. “Thalassa, Thalassa,” they cried
α-Thalassemia is a microcytic anemia characterized by the downregulation of α-
globin synthesis. Premature destruction of red blood cells in the bone marrow ...
Abstract. Thirteen phosphorus balances were performed in four thalassemic
children aged 6 to 10 years. No correlation was found between phosphorus
Thalassemia is a chronic condition that presents a range of clinical and
psychosocial challenges. Although recent advances in the treatment of
thalassemia can ...
Abstract. A patient with familial thalassemia who developed a myeloproliferative
disorder with bidirectional involvement has been studied. It is suggested that ...
Abstract. Skeletal abnormalities in patients with homozygous β thalassemia have
been noted as early as 1927 by Cooley et al1 and have been the subject of ...
Abstract. Chemotactic and random migrations in a group of 11 patients with
thalassemia major were found to be defective. This may be partially the basis for
Abstract. The effects of splenectomy in 18 children with thalassemia (
Mediterranean anemia) are evaluated. The subjects varied in age at the time of ...
Thalassemia minor was found in each generation of this family and could be
traced down to the patient. The fact that both mother and father have the trait is ...
Abstract. Objective. Changing patterns of immigration to North America, along
with improved treatment, have altered the clinical spectrum of thalassemia, one of