Anti-M antibody in pregnancy.


Our three cases represent the spectrum of findings when maternal anti-M is present. In the first case, the father's genetic makeup (NN) indicated no disease would occur. In the second case, despite antibody capable of crossing the placenta, the infant did not become sick. In the third case, hemolytic anemia required transfusion of the newborn, despite a… (More)


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