1961 年 14 巻 3 号 p. 224-229
As the results of the experiment on human subjects and animals, it has long been known that the severe exercise may cause anemic symptoms. The authors found that some sports-players developed symptoms of“Sports-anemia”at the end of one we ek's stay in the training-camp.The erythrocyte count and hemoglobin concentration declined and retic ulocyte count increased than before entering the camp.
Such sports-anemia was due to the destruction of erythrocytes by hard training; and it might be classified as a normocytic or slightly macrocytic normochromic anemia, because the color index usually remained almost unchanged while the volume index was normal or increased a little.
The observation on various sports-players of their blood properties at rest or basal state indicated that, with the athleters of champion classes, erythrocytes count and hemoglobin concentration were higher than normal, while with the unexperienced athleters the values were often low and sometimes in the anemic range.