syndrome is a very rare disease. Patients with this syndrome present with negative serological Rh typing of E, e, C, c, and D antigens. Only one study has previously discussed Rhnull
syndrome in Chinese individuals. We experienced two patients with Rhnull
syndrome in China, Rh genotypes being CcDEe in the first patient and CCDee in the second patient. The first patient was a pregnant woman (gravida 2, para 1) with a negative red blood cell (RBC) antibody screen test. The second patient was a middle-aged man, transfused with ccdee, ccdEe, and ccdee RBC products, the pre-transfusion specimen was negative and post-transfusion specimen was anti-c,e, respectively. The hemoglobin level continued to increase in the second patient after being transfused with ccdEe RBC products. In the first patient, the result of the antibody screen test was still negative after artificial abortion. In patients with Rhnull
syndrome, RBC products that have the same Rh genotype as the patient can be safely transfused.