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Case B3: ABO Discrepancy Complicated by Transfusion
 

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Case B3: ABO Discrepancy Complicated by Transfusion

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Case Report

History

Mr. VT is a 50-year-old male who has been admitted for elective surgery following a car accident. He had been admitted to another hospital 4 weeks earlier following the accident.

Tests

  • Two units of red cells are ordered for the surgery.
  • Results

Discussion and Resolution

Quiz

After reviewing the case resolution, answer these questions:

  1. What percentage of group A subgroups have anti-A1 present?

    Answer

  2. Is the anti-A1 present in some A subgroups usually clinically significant?

    Answer

  3. What is the typical appearance of mixed-field agglutination?

    Answer

  4. What can cause mixed-field agglutination?

    Answer

Further Reading