ANEMIA DUE TO RBC DESTRUCTION OR ACUTE BLOOD LOSS

ANEMIA DUE TO RBC DESTRUCTION OR ACUTE BLOOD LOSS is a topic covered in the Harrison's Manual of Medicine.

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BLOOD LOSS

Trauma, GI hemorrhage (may be occult) are common causes; less common are genitourinary sources (menorrhagia, gross hematuria), internal bleeding such as intraperitoneal from spleen or organ rupture, retroperitoneal, iliopsoas hemorrhage (e.g., in hip fractures). Acute bleeding is associated with manifestations of hypovolemia, reticulocytosis, macrocytosis; chronic bleeding is associated with iron deficiency, hypochromia, microcytosis.

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