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Conditions we Treat

Alpha Thalassemia

Alpha thalassemia is an abnormality in the production of alpha chains which causes the red cells to more easily breakdown. Learn more

Alpha Thalassemia Silent Carrier

Thalassemia is a medical condition in which the body makes less hemoglobin than usual. It causes anemia. There are four genes that contribute to the making of hemoglobin. Learn more

Beta Thalassemia

Thalassemia is a medical condition in which the body makes less hemoglobin than usual. It causes anemia. There are two types of thalassemia, alpha and beta. Learn more

Beta Thalassemia Intermedia

Thalassemia is a medical condition in which the body makes less hemoglobin than usual. It causes anemia. There are two types of thalassemia, alpha and beta. Learn more

Beta Thalassemia Major

Beta thalassemia is an abnormality in the production of beta chains which causes the red cells to more easily breakdown resulting in mild to severe anemia. Learn more

Beta Thalassemia Trait (Minor)

Thalassemia is a medical condition in which the body makes less hemoglobin than usual. It causes anemia. There are two types of thalassemia, alpha and beta. Learn more

Hemoglobin E

Hemoglobin is the protein in the blood that carries oxygen from the lungs throughout the body. One abnormal form of hemoglobin is known as hemoglobin E. Learn more

Hgb C Disease

Hemoglobin is the protein in the blood that carries oxygen from the lungs throughout the body. One abnormal form of hemoglobin is known as hemoglobin C, and it can cause red blood cells to break down earlier than normal, which leads to anemia. Learn more

Hgb C Trait

Hemoglobin is the protein in the blood that carries oxygen from the lungs throughout the body. One abnormal form of hemoglobin is known as hemoglobin C. Learn more

Hgb E Disease

Hgb E disease is a mild disorder, and people who have it may have no symptoms or mild anemia. Learn more

Hgb E Trait

Hemoglobin is the protein in the blood that carries oxygen from the lungs throughout the body. Hemoglobin E trait affects the hemoglobin in the red blood cells but is a mild disorder. Learn more

Hgb E/B + Thalassemia

Thalassemia is a medical condition in which the body makes less hemoglobin than usual. It causes anemia. Learn more

Hgb E/B 0 Thalassemia

Hemoglobin B and E are abnormal forms of hemoglobin. Is a red blood cell disorder found on the newborn screening by presence of fetal hemoglobin (F), hemoglobin E and the absence of hemoglobin A (normal Hemoglobin). Learn more

Hgb H Constant Spring

Hgb H disease is a form of alpha thalassemia, a medical condition in which the body makes less hemoglobin than usual. It causes anemia. There are four genes that contribute to the making of hemoglobin. Learn more

Hgb H Disease

Hemoglobin H disease is a form of alpha thalassemia, a medical condition in which the body makes less hemoglobin than usual. Learn more

Hydrops Fetalis

Hydrops fetalis is an abnormal collection of fluid in at least two different organ spaces (like the skin, abdomen, around the heart and/or lungs) causing massive swelling. Learn more

Mental Health (Sickle Cell Disease)

Mental health (sickle cell disease) can manifest itself in several different ways, including anxiety, depression and even psychosis over time. Learn more

Sickle Beta + Thalassemia

Sickle beta + thalassemia is a disease that cause a mild form of sickle cell anemia. This causes the body’s hemoglobin, or red blood cells, to take on a sickle shape and not flow through the blood vessels as smoothly. Learn more

Sickle Beta 0 Thalassemia

Sickle beta 0 thalassemia is an inherited disease. It causes the red blood cells to have abnormal hemoglobin. Learn more

Sickle Cell C Disease

Hemoglobin is a protein in blood that carries oxygen from the lungs throughout the body. Learn more

Sickle Cell Disease

Sickle cell disease is a group of familial red blood cell disorders. Sickle cell disease causes the red blood cells to be oddly shaped, and have difficulty flowing through the blood vessels properly which causes them to break up easily resulting in anemia and damage to the organs. Learn more

Sickle Cell Trait

Sickle cell trait (SCT) is not a disease, but having it means that a person is a carrier that has inherited the sickle cell gene from one of the parents. Learn more

SO Arab - Sickle Cell Disease

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Thalassemia Trait

Thalassemia is a medical condition in which the body makes less hemoglobin than usual. It causes anemia. There are four genes that contribute to the making of hemoglobin Learn more