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.06.006 20854962 Zalawadiya SK Veeranna V Niraj A Pradhan J Afonso L. Red cell distribution width and risk of coronary heart disease events Am J Cardiol 2010 106 7 988 93 [10] Tietjen GE, Khubchandani J. Platelet dysfunction and stroke in the female migraineur. Curr Pain Headache 2009;13:386-391. Tietjen GE Khubchandani J. Platelet dysfunction and stroke in the female migraineur Curr Pain Headache 2009 13 199 203 [11] Doga Vuralli, H Evren Boran, Bulent Cengiz, Ozlem Coskun, Hayrunnisa Bolay. Somatosensory temporal discrimation remains intact in tension-type headache whereas it

IgG antibodies. Since then she has remained stable with PLT around 90,000/mm 3 . Discussion Our patients presented with mild-severe thrombocytopenia but no evidence of severe active bleeding. The response to immunoglobulins and corticosteroids treatment was rapid and satisfactory. The temporal sequence suggests that the cause of immune thrombocytopenia was related to SARS-CoV-2 [ 2 ]. However, there are not yet sufficient data that demonstrate the physiopathology of this phenomenon. Given the current pandemic, we suggest screening for SARS-CoV-2 in all patients with

identical hemoglobin variants. Ann Hematol 2009;88:535–43. 18923834 10.1007/s00277-008-0624-3 Moradkhani K Préhu C Old J et al Mutations in the paralogous human α-globin genes yielding identical hemoglobin variants Ann Hematol 2009 88 535 – 43 [19] Piel FB, Tatem AJ, Huang Z, Gupta S, Williams TN, Weatherall DJ. Global migration and the changing distribution of sickle hemoglobin: a quantitative study of temporal trends between 1960 and 2000. Lancet Glob Health 2014;2:380–9. Piel FB Tatem AJ Huang Z Gupta S Williams TN Weatherall DJ Global migration and the changing

hematology 2003 74 2 171 92 [48] Papassotiriou I, Voskaridou E, Stamoulakatou A, Loukopoulos D. Increased erythropoietin level induced by hydroxyurea treatment of sickle cell patients. Hematol J 2000;1(5):295-300. Papassotiriou I Voskaridou E Stamoulakatou A Loukopoulos D. Increased erythropoietin level induced by hydroxyurea treatment of sickle cell patients Hematol J 2000 1 5 171 92 [49] Adekile AD, Owunwanne A, Al-Za’abi K, Haider MZ, Tuli M, Al-Mohannadi S. Temporal sequence of splenic dysfunction in sickle cell disease. American journal of hematology 2002