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CHAPTER 4

Introduction, 44

Genetic haemochromatosis, 44

Classification, 44

Type 1 haemochromatosis, 4S

Type 2 (juvenile) haemochromatosis, 49

Type 3 haemochromatosis, 49

Type 4 haemochromatosis, 49

Neonatal haemochromatosis, 50 Increased iron intake, 50 Other causes of iron overload, 50 Iron and neurodegeneration, 50 Iron loading anaemias, 51 Tests of body iron burden, 51

Tests of organ function, 53 Iron chelation therapy, 54 Other potential iron chelators, 57 Thalassaemia intermedia, 58 Acute iron poisoning, 58 Selected bibliography, 58

Introduction, 44

Genetic haemochromatosis, 44

Classification, 44

Type 1 haemochromatosis, 4S

Type 2 (juvenile) haemochromatosis, 49

Type 3 haemochromatosis, 49

Type 4 haemochromatosis, 49

Neonatal haemochromatosis, 50 Increased iron intake, 50 Other causes of iron overload, 50 Iron and neurodegeneration, 50 Iron loading anaemias, 51 Tests of body iron burden, 51

Tests of organ function, 53 Iron chelation therapy, 54 Other potential iron chelators, 57 Thalassaemia intermedia, 58 Acute iron poisoning, 58 Selected bibliography, 58

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