Methyldopa-induced autoimmune haemolytic anaemia revisited.

Abstract

Drug-induced haemolytic anaemia is a commonly encountered clinical situation. Methyldopa-induced haemolytic anaemia, once the most common cause of drug induced haemolysis, is now rarely seen due to decline in its use. We report a case of methyldopa induced immune haemolytic anaemia in a young woman where the diagnosis was initially missed. The major… (More)

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