Anemias are a common occurrence in routine medical care, and their causes can be varied. Anemia refers to a decrease in hemoglobin and hematocrit levels. The cut-off value of hemoglobin in female adults is <12 g/dl (<7.44 mmol/l) and in male adults <13 g/dl (<8.06 mmol/l). In this article, autoimmune diseases in particular will be considered in more detail as a cause of anemia.
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