DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18203/2349-3291.ijcp20174762

Rare association of Hemoglobin variant Hb J (α mutation) with haemophilia A: case report

Bindu Deopa, Kapil Choradiya, Manish Parakh, Pawan Dara

Abstract


Hb J α mutation is a rare haemoglobin variant. No case of Hb J α mutation with hemophilia A has been reported. Here we are reporting a rare variant of Hb J α mutation found accidentally in our patient in which electrophoresis done to find out the cause of severe anemia with hepato-splenomegaly and association of this hemoglobin variant with Hemophilia A. 


Keywords


Electrophoresis, Haemoglobin variant

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