[Hemolytic anemia in cancer].

  title={[Hemolytic anemia in cancer].},
  author={Maria Anastasiou and Yves Chalandon and Sandro Anchisi},
  journal={Revue medicale suisse},
  volume={14 607},
Hemolysis (from the Greek word: hemolysis: hema = blood + lysis = liberation) is a medical term that describes red blood cell's destruction by mechanisms of lysis of the membrane. An hemolytic anemia occurs when excessive destruction of red blood cells overwhelms bone marrow's capacity of regeneration. Although anemia is frequently associated with an… CONTINUE READING