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Title: 奈良県立医科大学附属病院輸血部における過去10年間の赤血球不規則性抗体の検出統計
Other Titles: CUMULATIVE STATISTICS OF ANTI-RED BLOOD CELL IRREGULAR ANTIBODIES DETECTED AT NARA MEDICAL UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL DURING THE PAST 10 YEARS
Authors: 西田, 幸世
辻, 令子
秀能井, 正隆
内田, 麻里
前田, 美和
石本, 盛治
藤村, 吉博
福井, 弘
内田, 和人
山根, 敏子
嶋, 裕子
中島, 克子
市場, 邦通
Keywords: red blood cell
irregular antibody
anti-Diª
anti-Jrª
Issue Date: 30-Jun-1990
Publisher: 奈良医学会
Citation: 奈良医学雑誌 Vol.41 No.3 p.280-285
Abstract: Anti-red blood cell (RBC) irregular antibody is a “hallmark" of antibodies which are produced by stimulating antigens "out-of-the-law" of Landsteiner. Experience has indicated that antibodies that are reactive only at temperatures below 37℃ are clinically benign except for certain clinical conditions such as hypothermic cardiac surgery. During the past 10 years, we have screened a total of 29,408 blood samples and found that 557 cases (1.9%) have irregular antibodies to specific antigen on RBC that are reactive at either 37℃ or below 37℃, or at both. Both the screening and identification tests for antibody detection were performed using a commercial kit (Ortho Co.) and by the methods of saline, bromelin, albumin, and Coombs. Prevalence of irregular antibody was in the following order ; anti-Lewis 39.3%, anti-P₁ 31.8%, anti-E (with complex form) 12.8%, anti-D 2.5%, and others 13.6%. Clinical course and laboratory findings of two rare cases having anti-Diª or anti-Jrª are also described on this specific occasion.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10564/2066
ISSN: 04695550
13450069
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