Secondary iron overload, transfusional iron overload, etc.
Click on title to read more about these problems of iron overload.
and diagnosis of iron overload
Haematologica 1998 May The recent description of new conditions
associated with iron overload and the identification of the genetic defect
of hereditary hemochromatosis prompted us to review this subject and to
redefine the diagnostic criteria of iron overload disorders.
Hemochromatosis: Conemaugh Health System
Hemochromatosis is a condition that develops when too much iron builds up in
the body. Excess iron is stored in the organs, such as the kidneys, liver, and
heart, and in the joint tissues.
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