F3102- Neonatal Red Blood Cell Disorders: Abnormal Neonatal Screening to Symptomatic Anemia (Repeats as F4002)

Topic: Hematology/Oncology

Sponsors: Section on Hematology/Oncology (SOHO)

Monday, October 24
2:00PM - 2:45PM
Moscone South, 308

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In an increasingly multiethnic society, abnormal newborn hemoglobinopathy screens are becoming more common. The pediatrician is the recipient of this information and must counsel families about the implications of test results and determine which patients need referral to hematology. While hematologic disorders are not common in the newborn, neonatal anemia and hemolytic disease with hyperbilirubinemia do occur. Faculty will address screening studies and their results, the more frequent causes of neonatal anemia, the diagnostic evaluation, clinical management and prediction for future infants.

Carolyn Hoppe, MD

Associate Hematologist
UCSF Benioff Children's Hospital Oakland
Oakland, California

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