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Features of Kato et al for the Syndrome of Hemolysis-Associated Endothelial Dysfunction in Sickle Cell Disease

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Kato et al used LDH and other markers to identify a group of patients with sickle cell disease and chronic intravascular hemolysis. This group is at risk for expressing endothelial dysfunction, which is associated with increased morbidity and mortality. The authors are from the National Institutes of Health, Oakland Children's Hospital and the University of Pittsburgh.

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