My 15 year old daughter has hemolytic anemia (yet hemoglobin is 12.4), hemolysis, jaundice, total billirubin of 2.7 mostly indirect, high retic count (7.3%) and gall stones or billistones. Liver function tests are normal. MCV and MCH are slightly elevated. Spleen and liver are normal in size. The anemia is not autoimmune. The doctors are thinking this may be a rare, even undiscovered, heredity blood disorder. Blood cancers have been ruled out. Can anyone help? We have NO diagnosis.Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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