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Pediatric Blood Disorders

Trastornos de la Sangre

Existen muchos tipos de trastornos de la sangre que requieren el cuidado clínico de un médico u otro profesional de la salud. Enumerados en el directorio a continuación hay algunos de ellos, para los cuales le proveemos una breve descripción.

La Anemia

La Anemia Aplásica

La Anemia Hemolítica

La Anemia Ferropénica

La Anemia Megaloblástica (Perniciosa)

La Anemia de Células Falciformes

La Talasemia

La Alfa Talasemia

La Beta Talasemia (Anemia de Cooley)

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Inguinal Hernia in Children
Insect Bites and Children
Iron-Deficiency Anemia in Children
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Megaloblastic Anemia in Children
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