Hemoglobin Levels (cont.)
What is anemia and what are its symptoms?
Anemia is a term that means less than normal levels of red blood cells or
hemoglobin in a person's blood. The term is derived from the Greek term anaimia,
meaning lack of blood. The symptoms of anemia usually include some of the
Underlying causes that are responsible for the anemia often produce other
symptoms that are more specific to the underlying cause.
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