[Immuno-hemolytic transfusion reactions. II Physiopathologic basis and diagnosis].


Immunological transfusion reactions more than often lead to an activation of the complement proteins and mononuclear cells, inducing a haemolysis from which stem the observed clinical symptoms. In the case of incompatibility, the alloantibodies can lead to an immediate reaction, taking place in the first few minutes or, in the case of a delayed reaction… (More)


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@article{Pennec1996ImmunohemolyticTR, title={[Immuno-hemolytic transfusion reactions. II Physiopathologic basis and diagnosis].}, author={Pierre Yves Le Pennec and Aymeric Tissier and France Noizat-Pirenne and Ph. Rouger}, journal={Transfusion clinique et biologique : journal de la Societe francaise de transfusion sanguine}, year={1996}, volume={3 3}, pages={149-55} }