Microangiopathic haemolysis associated with occult carcinoma.

@article{Collins1991MicroangiopathicHA,
  title={Microangiopathic haemolysis associated with occult carcinoma.},
  author={Peter W Collins and Lisa P. Jones and Christopher F E Pocock and Adrian C. Newland},
  journal={Clinical and laboratory haematology},
  year={1991},
  volume={13 3},
  pages={245-9}
}
Microangiopathic haemolytic anaemia (MAHA) is a well recognized complication of disseminated carcinoma and its treatment. It is however, rarely seen with localized carcinoma. The case presented here is a previously unreported association of a patient, who having been successfully treated for MAHA, was found to have occult breast carcinoma on a routine screening mammogram six months after the haemolytic episode.