A rare autoimmune disorder that is a combination of two or more immune hematological disorders in which the immune system destroys the body's red blood cells, white blood cells and/or platelets.
The disorder resembles a combination of autoimmune hemolytic anemia (AIHA; the premature destruction of RBC), thrombocytopenia (too few platelets), and/or neutropenia (too few neutrophils)
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1-9 per 1,000,000 people
Typical Age of onset
The disorder can affect children or adults.
Dark Brown Urine
Shortness of breath
If a child has a low platelet count, symptoms may include:
Petechia -- tiny red dots under the skin that are a result of very small bleeds into the skin
Increased bleeding symptoms, such as a bloody nose or heavy menses
If a child has a low neutrophil count, symptoms may include:
Increased bacterial infections