APoGI for the Haemoglobin Disorders

Implications for a Child when One Partner Carries Haemoglobin D (not D Punjab) and the Other...

The diagnosis of haemoglobin D not D Punjab is different from haemoglobin D (type unknown) only when combination with haemoglobin S is possible, making it imperative to give accurate advice on the absence of any risk.

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