|Results from deficiency of iron usually due to blood loss or poor nutrition.
|Results from low levels of Vitamin B12 or folic acid due to poor nutrition.
|Occurs when the body stops making enough red blood cells. This may be due to viral infections, exposure to toxic chemicals, drugs, and autoimmune diseases.
|Occurs when abnormal breakdown of red blood cells takes place.
|Sickle Cell Anaemia
|It is a hereditary blood disorder, in which red blood cells taking a rigid, sickle shape. This decreases the cells' flexibility and may result in life-threatening complications.
|It is a rare, usually inherited, bleeding disorder characterised by body's inability to control blood clotting or coagulation. It results from a genetic defect in X- chromosome.
|von Willebrand Disease
|It is the most common hereditary coagulation abnormality that results when the blood lacks von Willebrand factor, a protein that helps the blood to clot.