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Intestinal iron absorption under the influence of available storage iron and erythroblastic hyperplasia. Comparative studies in children with hereditary spherocytosis, nonspherocytic enzymopenic hemolytic anemia, acquired hemolytic anemia, vitamin B12 deficiency induced megaloblastic anemia, erythroblastic hypoplasia and aplastic anemia



Intestinal iron absorption under the influence of available storage iron and erythroblastic hyperplasia. Comparative studies in children with hereditary spherocytosis, nonspherocytic enzymopenic hemolytic anemia, acquired hemolytic anemia, vitamin B12 deficiency induced megaloblastic anemia, erythroblastic hypoplasia and aplastic anemia



Zeitschrift für Kinderheilkunde 118(4): 283-301



There was a high negative correlation between increased 59Fe absorption from a dose of 0.56 mg 59Fe2+ and the depletion of available storage Fe in menstruating and pregnant women, term and premature infants, blood donors and patients with infections, inflammations, tumours, hepatic cirrhosis, gastric surgery or urogenital or gastrointestinal blood loss.

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