HOW TO IDENTIFY AND TREAT PERNICIOUS ANEMIA - BLOOD DISORDERS

Pernicious anemia: symptoms, diagnosis and treatment



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Pernicious anemia, also known as Addison's anemia, is a type of megaloblastic anemia caused by deficiency of vitamin B12 (or cobalamin) in the body, leading to symptoms such as weakness, pallor, tiredness and tingling of the hands and feet, for example. Learn more about vitamin B12. This type of anemia is usually discovered from the age of 30, however in cases of child malnutrition, for example, there may be deficiency of this vitamin, characterizing juvenile pernicious anemia