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ADDISON ANEMIA & TREATMENT

Read about addison anemia medical facts: what is the definition of addison anemia, what are the signs and symptoms, medical treatment & how to treat addison anemia, information about the causes, diagnosis, and related addison anemia diseases.

Definition: What is "Addison Anemia"?

ADDISON ANEMIA

Addison Anemia is a medical condition caused by the malabsorption of Vitamin B-12 & is relatively common form of anemia.

Symptoms & Signs

Symptoms includes low grade fever, beefy red smooth tongue, yellow waxy pallor with premature whitening of the hair, flabbiness, blotchy skin pigmentation, retinal hemorrhages & spenic tip.

Treatment: How to Treat "Addison Anemia"?

Treatment includes blood transfusions & administration of medicines designed to alleviate symptoms including occurrence of anemia.

Causes

Addison Anemia is a hereditary disease.

Diagnosis

Diagnosis is made through serum testing, blood testing & Schilling tests.

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