May 1, 1979

Detection of complement (c3d) coated cells in a newborn due to maternal anti-i

Transfusion
D R Branch

Abstract

A case of a positive direct antiglobulin test on a newborn's cord red blood cells caused by maternal anti-i is reported. The direct antiglobulin test was moderately positive using polyspecific antiglobulin reagent and monospecific anti-C3d, but negative using monospecific anti-IgG. The infant showed no clinical signs of hemolytic disease of the newborn.

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Complement C3 precursor
Red blood cells, blood product
Hemolytic Disease of Fetus OR Newborn due to RhD Isoimmunization
Isoantibodies
IgG2B
Etiology
Anti-Human Globulin Consumption Test
Red Blood Cell Count Measurement
I Blood-Group System
Antibodies, Anti-Idiotypic

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