1998
DOI: 10.1590/s0036-46651998000500001
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Abstract: Most of the children with HS present deficiency anemia associated with infections which the general pediatrician is able to diagnose. Persistence of unexplained HS for more than 2 months, especially when there is substantial volume enlargement or alteration in the organs consistency, is an indication for referral to specialists.

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“…Similar presentation was found by Somaiah G et al and Bricks et al 12,13 The greater incidence of anemia in our study is due to greater prevalence of haemolytic anemia in our population group. Infectious causes are commonest etiology followed by haematological and congestive causes in our study.…”
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“…Similar presentation was found by Somaiah G et al and Bricks et al 12,13 The greater incidence of anemia in our study is due to greater prevalence of haemolytic anemia in our population group. Infectious causes are commonest etiology followed by haematological and congestive causes in our study.…”
Section: Discussionsupporting
confidence: 93%
“…Among infectious causes commonest being malaria followed by septicaemia. Similar observation was found by Somiah G et al, Bricks et al 12,13 Ali N et all found that most common etiology was haematological followed by malignancy and infective.…”
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