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Anemia caused by infectious diseases

Anemia caused by infectious diseases is caused by many pathogenic microbes invading the human body, resulting in the reduction of red blood cells, destruction, increase or loss of blood in the process of causing inflammation or infection, and the resulting anemia is called infectious anemia.

Symptoms

Infectious thrombocytopenic purpura

Hemolytic anemia caused by high temperature

Hypercarotenemia

Myelodysplastic syndrome

mycodacterium chelonei infection

Myelopathic anemia

Bone marrow consumptive anemia

Henoch Schonlein purpura nephritis

Allergic asthma

Mental disorders associated with hypertension

Mental disorders caused by industrial poisoning

High altitude pulmonary edema

diaphragmatic hernia

Cadmium poisoning

Hepatic porphyria

Hepatopulmonary syndrome

Guillain Barre syndrome

Hyperlipoproteinemia type II

Hyperlipoproteinemia type III

Hyperlipoproteinemia type IV

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