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Cardiac damage caused by iron overload toxicity is the main cause of death in thalassemia patients. Biopsy samples of poorly chelated thalassemia patients who suffered congestive cardiac failure(More)
Tissue damage caused by oxidative stress is a common characteristic of many conditions involving different major organs such as the brain, heart, liver and kidneys. The treatment of such conditions(More)
The importance of spleen, spleen iron and splenectomy has been investigated in 28 male and 19 female β-thalassemia major (β-ΤΜ), adult patients. In one study, an increase from about five (615 g; 19.5(More)
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