Published in Blood Weekly, September 18th, 2003
"Hemolysis caused by passive ABO antibodies is a rare transfusional complication," scientists in Brazil explained.
In the journal Transfusion Medicine, M.L. Barjas-Castro and coauthors at the State University of Campinas described "a case of severe hemolytic reaction in a 38-year-old man (blood group A) with lymphoma who had received one red blood cell (RBC) unit group O."
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