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Familial polycythemia

Oxygen affinity increases hemoglobin. Due to the change of hemoglobin amino acid composition, the affinity of hemoglobin for oxygen increases, the release of oxygen to the tissue decreases, and tissue hypoxia causes compensatory polycythemia. This disease is a genetic disease, so it is also called "familial polycythemia".



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