Hemoglobin C-beta-thalassemia syndrome
Synonyms: C-beta-thalassemia | HbC-beta-thalassemia syndrome
Hemoglobin C – beta-thalassemia (HbC – BT) is a form of beta-thalassemia (see this term) resulting in moderate hemolytic anemia.
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