Medical News / From ASH Meeting 2020, Cerebral Arteriopathy Risk More Common in Sickle Cell Anemic Children

Children with sickle cell anemia face an increased risk of intracranial and extracranial arteriopathy from as early an age as 2 years old, according to newly published findings. In data presented at the American Society of Hematology (ASH) 2020 Annual Meeting this week, a team of investigators from Paris, France reported a greater prevalence of arteriopathy among pediatric patients with sickle cell anemia versus those with other hemoglobin subtypes. Source: MDMag. To view the third party content, kindly click on the link below or read more. You will then leave this site and enter a third party site.

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