E J Sheahan

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Severe acute hemolytic anemia developed in a woman following treatment with multiple antibiotics for possible postpartum uterine infection. On admission, the hemoglobin was 5 g per dL (50 g/L), the reticulocytes were 35 percent (0.350), the direct antiglobulin test was strongly positive for IgG and C3d (mixed fields), and the indirect antiglobulin test was(More)
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