Blood type can also identify diseases
Blood type is a hereditary trait of the human body. Blood type is widely used in anthropology, genetics, forensic science, archeology and other aspects.
Because human immune ability is also affected by genetic factors, whether the human body is ill or whatever disease is related to genetic factors.
Clinical practice proves that the incidence of various diseases is different for people with different blood types. The following is the relationship between A, B, O, and AB blood types and some common diseases.
People with type A blood are usually less susceptible to illness, but have a clear connection with cancer, especially with gastric cancer. People with type A blood are 20% more susceptible than those with type B and type O. Some people in China have reported that type A is more common than other typesmany.
In patients with malignant anemia, type A is 25% more than other types, and the prevalence of type A in leprosy patients is also higher.
In addition, through the study of ABO blood group characteristics, a large number of people believe that blood type A is a risk factor for certain diseases.
It has also been reported that the ABO blood type is also related to upper gastrointestinal diseases. For example, in patients with duodenal ulcers, type O is 40% more than other types. In patients with gastric ulcers, type O is also more common, but the relationship is not as good.Obvious with duodenum.
People with blood type B are more susceptible to tuberculosis, diabetes, leukemia, and oral cancer than those with other blood types.
In addition, people with type B blood are also prone to dental caries.
People with AB blood type are more susceptible to schizophrenia, and the prevalence is more than three times higher than that of people with other blood types.
A large number of data statistics show that schizophrenia has a clear genetic predisposition.
However, people with AB blood group suffer from tuberculosis, and the proportion of pregnant anemia is lower than those of other blood types.
The relationship between many of the above diseases and blood types is not absolute, and it is not necessary for people of a certain blood type to suffer from certain diseases. The susceptible patients are relatively speaking, and further research and demonstration are needed.