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KARDIYAK HEMOLÎTÎK ANEMÎ ÎLE BÎRLÎKTE AKUT BÖBREK YETMEZLÎĞÎ: OLGU SUNUSU

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Cardiac Hemolytic Anemia With Acute Renal Failure: A Case Report Cardiac hemolytic anemia due to a prosthetic valve is a rare cause of acquired hemolytic anemia. Definitive diagnosis is established by the leakage seen on echocardiography and by the numerous schistocytes seen in the peripheral blood smear. Prosthetic valves rarely cause acute tubular necrosis (ATN) via intravascular hemolysis. Surgical correction of the cardiovascular abnormality is the treatment of choice. This is a report of a case with hemolytic anemia presenting with acute renalfailure (ARF).
Abstract (Original Language): 
Prostetik valfe bağlı olarak gelişen kardiyak hemolitik anemi, ender görülen edinsel hemolitik anemi nedenleri arasındadır. Kesin tanısı ekokardiyografık olarak kaçak akımın gösterilmesi ve periferik yaymada şistositlerin görülmesi ile konur. Prostetik valfler intravasküler hemolize bağlı olarak gelişen akut tubuler nekroza (ATN) çok ender neden olmaktadır. Kardiyovasküler bozukluğun seçkin tedavisi cerrahidir. Bu raporda hemolitik anemi sonucu gelişen akut böbrek yetmezliği (ABY) ile gelen bir olgu sunulmaktadır.
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