A case of IgA myelomatosis with a haemolytic anaemia is described. No auto-antibodies could be found and the mechanism of the haemolysis was obscure.
Haemolytic anaemia is a rare complication but a search of the literature has revealed a few cases with a comparable shortening of red cell life-span, most without auto-antibodies but some with a positive Coombs' test.
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