HbS/β+ patients' presence in Italy increased due to immigration; these patients are clinically heterogeneous and specific guidelines are lacking. Our aim is to describe a cohort of HbS/β+ patients, with genotype-phenotype correlation, in order to offer guidance for clinical management of such patients.

HbS/β+ thalassemia: really a mild disease? A National survey from the AIEOP Sickle Cell Disease Study Group with genotype-phenotype correlation

Samperi, Piera;Russo, Giovanna
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2019-01-01

Abstract

HbS/β+ patients' presence in Italy increased due to immigration; these patients are clinically heterogeneous and specific guidelines are lacking. Our aim is to describe a cohort of HbS/β+ patients, with genotype-phenotype correlation, in order to offer guidance for clinical management of such patients.
2019
HbS/β+ thalassemia; Italy; Sickle cell disease; children; genotype; phenotype
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