Factors Causing Abnormalities In Erythrocytes?
what are the risk factors for erythrocyte disease
Hello dear Triiy,
Human blood can be divided into two parts based on its nature, namely:
liquid - solid blood plasma - blood cells, consisting of red blood cells (erythrocytes), white blood cells (leukocytes), and platelets (platelets). Erythrocytes carry oxygen to all body tissues. Abnormalities / diseases in erythrocytes will affect tissue oxygenation. Here are some diseases caused by abnormalities in erythrocytes:
anemia - lack of red blood cells
some conditions that cause anemia: lack of nutrients, such as iron, vitamin B12, folic acid, chronic kidney disease, autoimmune disease, bleeding in large numbers of infections, such as genetic malaria, for example in people with thalassemia, G6 deficiency in polycythemia vera - excess red blood cells that have the potential to cause blockage in a blood vessel
some of the risk factors, namely: advanced age (more than 60 years) gender male genetic Abnormalities in one of the blood cells, including erythrocytes, can be identified by carrying out a complete blood count followed by examination of the blood smear. Consult the complaints you experience to a specialist in internal medicine in order to get a physical examination and further additional.
Please read the article on blood disorders
Hopefully this is useful