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Anemia
By: Louis Faye and Leyla Merlo Anemia OVERVIEW Anemia commonly occurs due to nutritional problems. Anemia is not Sex-Linked, it is Autosomal recessive. Autosomes are any chromosome other than a sex chromosome(X and Y). CAUSES DEMOGRAPHICS Women,teens,the elderly, and people with other types of chronic diseases are at higher risk of becoming anemic.(having anemia) Anemia -a condition due to a lack of hemoglobin/healthy red blood cells in the blood. Anemia can be caused by blood loss, decreased or faulty red blood cell production, and destruction of red blood cells.There are many forms of anemia, each with its own cause. Anemia can be temporary or long term, and ranges from mild to severe. Symptoms range from some fatigue and loss of energy,to unusually rapid heart beat, (particularly with exercise), shortness of breath and headache,(also w/exercise), difficulty concentrating, dizziness, leg cramps,pale skin, and insomnia. SYMPTOMS DIAGNOSIS You could receive blood tests(CBC count), genetic tests and counseling, urine analysis, and bone marrow biopsy to determine if you have the disorder. A bone marrow sample may be taken to determine if your bone marrow, the body's blood factory, is working correctly or has any abnormalities. Punnett square Prognosis The End Reference list- Treatment Treatments for blood loss anemia and most of all other anemia types include blood transfusions, use of oxygen tanks,and iron and or vitamin B12 supplements. People with anemia will show no to very mild symptoms at first and later develop certain symptoms depending on the type of anemia,generally this disorder will cause people to feel less energetic and more often tired or fatigued but it can be easily treated and controlled if is caught early and diagnosed by a doctor. Thanks for watching :) A a A a AA Aa Aa aa A-normal (dominant) allele a-(recessive) sickled/abnormal-cell allele A- allows for normal red blood cells a-->abnormal blood cells 2 carriers of Anemia- 25% Normal red blood cell child 50% will be carriers
25% will have anemia/sickled cells 1.Bunn HF. Approach to the anemias. In: Goldman L, Schafer AI, eds. Cecil Medicine. 24th ed. Philadelphia, Pa: Saunders Elsevier; 2011:chap 161. 2. of our Chen, Y.-B. (Ed.). (2012, February 7). Anemia [Fact sheet]. Retrieved from
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http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmedhealth/PMH0001586/ 3. Klodas, E. (Ed.). (2012, April 12). Understanding anemia--The basics. Retrieved from Web MD website: http://www.webmd.com/a-to-z-guides/
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