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D- haemolytic uraemic syndrome

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D- haemolytic uraemic syndrome is an atypical, sporadic form of the condition, much rarer than the D+ form.

Other features are:

  • heterogeneous aetiologies
  • form found in adults with HUS
  • 70% develop chronic renal failure

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