Red blood cell sensitization due to unexpected Rh antibodies in immune serum globulin.


This 25-day-old male infant was admitted to the University of Michigan Medical Center because of persistent weight loss and anemia. He was born with a large omphalocele, which was repaired four hours after his birth. Twelve days postoperatively persistent vomiting and constipation led to a diagnosis of intestinal obstruction, and necessitated reexploration… (More)


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