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55 questions
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Small cell
Microcytic (anemia)
Large cell
Macrocytic (anemia)
Normal sized cell
Normocytic (Anemia)
Low haemoglobin
Hypochromic (anemia)
Normal haemoglobin
Normochromic (anemia)
Normocytic normochromic anemia
Chronic Inflammation anemia
Macrocytic anemia
Liver disease anemia
What is this
Bone marrow
Iron deficiency, thalassaemias
Microcytic hypochromic anaemia causes
Normocytic normochromic or microcytosis
Anemia of chronic disease types
Rheumatoid arthritis, Tuberculosis and opportunistic infections, cancer
Anemia of chronic disease with inflammation/infection
How fast the red blood cells fall in blood
Erythrocyte Sedimentation Rate
Malaria, burns, autoimmune
Acquired haemolytic anaemias
No alpha or beta globins
Thalassemia major
Range of presentation in thalassemia intermediates
Modifier genes and environment example
Thalassemia minor/trait
Alpha+ or beta+ thalassemia
Silent carrier
Alpha- thalassemia 3 copies of alpha
Carrier with microcytic anaemia
Alpha- thalassemia 2 copies of alpha
Moderatley severe thalassemia
Alpha- thalassemia 1 copy of alpha
Very severe thalassemia
Alpha- thalassemia 0 copies of alpha
Child has 1/4 chance of having thalassemia
If both parents are thalassemia carriers