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ABO incompatibility: its impact on pregnancy and neonate
International Journal of Reproduction Contraception Obstetrics and Gynecology
ABO incompatibility is one of the most common cause of haemolytic disease of fetus and new-born (HDFN). The expression of ABO incompatibility in most of the cases is mild due to the lower expression of A and B Antigens on fetal red cells. ABO incompatibility has affected the first pregnancy and is milder in the subsequent pregnancies. However, we describe this case with unusually severe form of ABO incompatibility which had an effect not only in her first pregnancy but also in all herdoi:10.18203/2320-1770.ijrcog20190321 fatcat:2hvxfafc4vdujngwgwqwymzfta