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  • n. Alternative spelling of hemochromatosis.


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  • Screening for a condition called haemochromatosis, where iron to builds up in the body, could help p ...


  • It is used as a regular treatment for the iron storage disorder 'haemochromatosis'.

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  • John N. Feder et al., “A novel MHC class I-like gene is mutated in patients with hereditary haemochromatosis,” Nature Genetics 13 1996, 399–408.

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  • College Dublin, who led the study, hopes that the findings will contribute to the understanding of genetic diversity in the human population and help to identify genetic susceptibility to diseases common in the Irish population such as cystic fibrosis, haemochromatosis and phenylketonuria.


  • The biopsy may determine the severity of the disease and rule out other possible causes of liver disease such as alcoholic or drug-induced hepatitis, autoimmune hepatitis or iron overload in the liver (hereditary haemochromatosis).

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  • Haemochromatosis Society has pages describing the disorder, the symptoms, how it is inherited, the tests for haemochromatosis, and recommendations regarding diet.

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  • With regard to the mention of diabetes, there is a page here on the American Diabetes Association website that provides information on haemochromatosis:

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  • Note: I wonder if food supplement companies and nutritionists ask their customers about haemochromatosis prior to making recommendations about supplementation.

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  • Bloodletting is an effective treatment for haemochromatosis, the effects can be monitored by testing transferrin saturation and serum ferritin, and the treatment can help to prevent serious complications of the disorder if diagnosed in a timely fashion.

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  • The appropriate person to ask about diabetes or haemochromatosis would probably be your doctor, rather than some random bloke from the internet.

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