Modern Blood Banking Study Set 1
Quiz 21 :
Autoimmune Hemolytic Anemias
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Q25 Q25 Q25
A patient with a warm reacting autoantibody needs 2 units of compatible, packed cells. Medical history reveals a blood transfusion 2 months ago. A homologous absorption is performed using the following red blood cell phenotype: R2R2, ss, Fy(a-b+), Jk(a+b-), kk. What alloantibody would remain in the serum after absorption?
Q44 Q44 Q44
A 5-year-old boy suffering from the measles complained of back pain, chills, and stomach pain. A visit to the doctor revealed hemoglobinuria, bilirubinemia, and hemoglobinemia. The child's hemoglobin level had fallen to 6 g/dL. A Donath- Landsteiner test was performed and showed the following: control sample = no hemolysis; test sample = hemolysis. The results are consistent with what disorder?
Q51 Q51 Q51
Chemically modified anti-D reacted negatively in a patient with a warm-reacting autoantibody. A Du test was performed using monospecific IgG, which was positive in Coombs' phase. A fetal screen (rosette test) was also performed on this patient and showed no rosettes when viewed microscopically. Based on these results, what is the correct Rh type of this patient?