Mild hemolytic anemia, progressive neuromotor retardation and fatal outcome: a disorder of glycolysis, triose- phosphate isomerase deficiency.

@article{Sarper2013MildHA,
  title={Mild hemolytic anemia, progressive neuromotor retardation and fatal outcome: a disorder of glycolysis, triose- phosphate isomerase deficiency.},
  author={Nazan Sarper and Emine Zengin and Cornelis Jakobs and Gajja Sophi Salomons and Mirjam Mc Wamelink and Markus Ralser and Koray Kurt and B. Mostefa Kara},
  journal={The Turkish journal of pediatrics},
  year={2013},
  volume={55 2},
  pages={198-202}
}
A two-month-old male infant presented with jaundice, pallor, and hepatomegaly. The first child of non-consanguineous parents had also suffered from hemolytic anemia and neuromotor retardation and died at the age of 21 months. The patient required phototherapy and transfusion in the newborn period but hemolysis was mild thereafter. The patient had neuromotor… CONTINUE READING