Hereditary Haemolytic Anemia Panel

Hereditary Haemolytic Anemia is a very rare diease characterized by premature red blood cells destruction and anemia due to intrinsic defects. The 3 main etiologies causing HHA are RBC membrane disorders, hemoglobin disorders and RBC enzyme disorders.
Interpretation: The most common diagnostic criteria of this test is Sickle cell anemia which is a serious inherited disease where the body makes abnormal hemoglobin. This causes the cells to have sickle or crescent type. Thalassemia ia another hereditary anemia charecterized by defective hemoglobin synthesis.
Sample: Arm vein blood (EDTA)
Working day: Friday
Result Time: 6 days 6:00 PM