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11/24/20
Información acerca de la anemia causada por una enfermedad renal crónica - Medical Animation
 
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Información acerca de la anemia causada por una enfermedad renal crónica - Medical Animation
Si bien muchas afecciones pueden causar anemia, a menudo es causada por una enfermedad renal crónica (ERC). Se explica la función principal de los glóbulos rojos, cómo la ERC causa anemia y un análisis de sangre común para diagnosticar la anemia por ERC.

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