- Sickle cell/haemoglobinopathy patient presenting with aplastic crisis during prodrome, before rash/arthropathy and serological response develop.
- Immunocompromised patients present with anaemia (or pancytopenia), without rash/arthropathy/detectable parvovirus specific antibodies.
- Pregnant woman with red rash exposure or fetal abnormalities on ultrasound. Parvo IgM may be short lived, with only parvo IgG detected despite primary infection in pregnancy.
Qualitative - Detected/ Not detected
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