Methemoglobinemia in a renal transplant patient: case report.


cyanosis develops in the absence of any car. diac or respiratory abnormalities.1 Cyanosis is a result of the accumulation of methemoglobin, which imparts a bluish color to the blood. This condition has two forms: a hereditary and an acquired form. Hereditary methemoglobinemia is an extremely rare inborn error of metabolism resulting in the accumulation of… (More)