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    Falciparum malaria is highly endemic in sub-Saharan Africa. The disease is caused by the intra-cellular parasite Plasmodium within erythrocytes. The recommended treatment is artemisinin-based combination which is efficient and safe. In some patients, artemisinin can cause hemolysis weeks after treatment, presenting with severe anemia. Most of the published cases were following intravenous treatment. We present a case of a falciparum malaria patient with hemolysis and severe anemia two weeks after oral treatment with artemisinin-based combination therapy.


    Nadav Baharav, Eli Schwartz. POST-ARTEMISININ DELAYED HEMOLYSIS AFTER TREATMENT OF MALARIA]. Harefuah. 2023 Mar;162(3):143-145

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    PMID: 36966369

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