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Parvovirus infection associated with aplastic crisis in a patient with HEMPAS.
  1. N C West,
  2. R E Meigh,
  3. M Mackie,
  4. M J Anderson

    Abstract

    An aplastic crisis associated with parvovirus infection occurred in a patient suffering from hereditary erythrocytic multinuclearity associated with a positive acidified (Hams) test (HEMPAS). This case emphasises that any patient who has a shortened red cell survival is susceptible to an aplastic crisis induced by parvovirus.

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