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Clinical Danger Signs for Acute Complications in a Patient with Sickle Cell Disease

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Description:

Certain clinical findings may be either indications of an impending complication or precipitating factors for a complication in a patient with a sickling hemoglobinopathy. A patient with one or more of these risk factors may benefit from a more extensive evaluation and early intervention.

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