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    The inset shows a cross section of a normal red blood cell with normal haemoglobin. Figure (B) shows abnormal, sickled red blood cells sticking at the branching point in a vein.

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    Sickle cell disease causes significant morbidity and mortality and affects the economic and healthcare status of many countries. Yet historically, the disease has not had commensurate outlays of funds that have been aimed at research and development of drugs and treatment procedures for other diseases. People who have sickle cell disease have abnormal hemoglobin, called hemoglobin S or sickle hemoglobin, in their red blood cells. Hemoglobin is a protein in red blood cells that carries oxygen throughout the body. People who have sickle cell disease inherit two abnormal hemoglobin genes, one from each parent. Firstly, sickle cell disease is something I can't comment on other than to say my friend has it, and he goes through so much pain. I do know the basics of it, but wouldn't dream of even trying to dicuss it with you, as I am completely in the dark regarding what you must go through with this.

    The terms "sickle cell crisis" or "sickling crisis" may be used to describe several independent acute conditions occurring in patients with SCD, which results in anaemia and crises that could be of many types, including the vaso-occlusive crisis, aplastic crisis, sequestration crisis, haemolytic crisis, and others. The inset image shows a cross-section of a sickle cell with long polymerized sickle haemoglobin (Hb S) strands stretching and distorting the cell shape to look like a crescent.

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    Stem Cell Transplant Reverses Sickle Cell Disease in Adults., Sickle Cell Disease National Heart, Lung, and Blood.

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  4. Feb 03, 2020 The sickle shape is caused by abnormal hemoglobin within the RBC. Hemoglobin carries oxygen to all tissues in your child's body. Sickle-shaped RBCs can get stuck inside blood vessels. This can stop or slow blood flow, and prevent oxygen from getting to tissues. When this happens, it is called a sickle cell crisis.

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    Sickle cell anemia, or sickle cell disease SCD, is a genetic disease of the red blood cells RBCs. Normally, RBCs are shaped like discs, which gives them the flexibility to travel through even the smallest blood vessels. However, with this disease, the RBCs have an abnormal crescent shape resembling a sickle. Red blood cells are usually round and have some give to them -- their shape lets them move easily throughout your body. But when you have sickle cell disease SCD, some cells are curved -- like a sickle--and hard. They don’t flow as easily, and they can get stuck in the small blood vessels of your chest, belly. Sickle cell disease is a group of disorders that affects hemoglobin, the molecule in red blood cells that delivers oxygen to cells throughout the body. People with this disorder have atypical hemoglobin molecules called hemoglobin S, which can distort red blood cells into a sickle, or crescent, shape.

     
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    A variety of pharmacologic agents can cause toxicity to the retina. Chloroquine Retinopathy - an overview ScienceDirect Topics Histopathology of Chloroquine Retinal Toxicity JAMA. Chloroquine and Hydroxychloroquine - Kellogg Eye Center
     
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