Hematologic Crises

The hallmarks of these crises are an acute drop in serum hemoglobin levels and clinical symptoms of generalized weakness/malaise, fatigue, shortness of breath/exertional dyspnea, progressive congestive heart failure, and/or shock. There are two types of hematologic crisis ( Table 133-2).

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