Microcytic anemia secondary to intraperitoneal aluminum in normal and uremic rats.

@article{Kaiser1984MicrocyticAS,
  title={Microcytic anemia secondary to intraperitoneal aluminum in normal and uremic rats.},
  author={Lana Kaiser and Kenneth A. Schwartz and Maria A Burnatowska-Hledin and Gilbert H. Mayor},
  journal={Kidney international},
  year={1984},
  volume={26 3},
  pages={269-74}
}
Dialysis patients exposed to high aluminum (Al) dialysate develop a microcytic anemia which is reversed by deionization (DI) of the dialysate. Because DI removes substances in addition to Al which are known to cause anemia, these experiments were undertaken to determine if Al causes anemia and if the anemia of uremia can be enhanced by Al. Four groups of rats were studied: sham control (A) N = 6; uremic control (B) N = 6; Al-loaded non-uremic (C) N = 7; and Al-loaded uremic (D) N = 5. Aluminum… CONTINUE READING

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