Condition: Acquired Hemolytic Anemia

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About Acquired Hemolytic Anemia

Acquired hemolytic anemia is a blood disease in which the red blood cells are destroyed quickly and prematurely, resulting in a low red blood cell count. In acquired hemolytic anemia, the red blood cells are healthy, but are destroyed by a health condition or disease. Acquired hemolytic anemia is a condition that develops, rather than a congenital (meaning you're born with it) abnormality. Acquired hemolytic anemia can cause abdominal pain, pain and ulcers in the legs, and jaundice. While severe acquired hemolytic anemia can cause extreme symptoms, mild acquired hemolytic anemia may not cause any symptoms. Acquired hemolytic anemia may resolve if the cause is found and treated.

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