Low levels in the blood of red blood cells, the cells that carry oxygen to the tissues, due to longstanding inflammatory conditions such as auto-immune disease, HIV, cancer, kidney disease, liver disease, and many others.
A lowered number of red blood cells (the cells that carry oxygen to the tissues) due to some form of kidney disease, such as chronic kidney disease due to high blood pressure. This is caused by lower amounts of a hormone (erythropoietin) produced by the kidneys that tells the body to make red blood cells.
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