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European Science Review, Issue 9-10/2016

Pathogenesis and clinical features of anemia of inflammation in children, during chronic hbv infection

DOI: https://doi.org/10.29013/ESR-16-9.10-89-93

Pages: 89 - 93

Authors: Inoyatova F. I., Ikramova N. A., Inogamova G. Z.

Abstract: Examination of 125 children with chronic hepatitis B (CHB) and concomitant anemia has ascertained the frequency of refractory variants of anemia (52.5%). The disease progressed seriously on the background of anemia, that was indicated the prevalence of CHB with severe activity forms (71.4%). The pathognomonic symptoms of anemic processes were revealed. Two pathogenetic variants of the anemia inflammation genesis at children with CHB are being considered: the first is defined by veritable iron deficiency with ferrokinetic markers of iron-deficiency anemia; the second — by re-distributive iron deficit typical for hemosiderosis and refractoriness development.

Keywords: chronic hepatitis B, anemia, children, ferrokinetic markers

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