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Types of Anaemia – Red Cell Disorders

by Paul Moss, PhD
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    The lecture Types of Anaemia – Red Cell Disorders by Paul Moss, PhD is from the course Hematology: Advanced.


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    1. Macrophages
    2. Neutrophils
    3. Lymphocytes
    4. Eosinophil
    5. Reticulocytes
    1. Erythropoietin
    2. Oral iron supplements
    3. Parenteral iron
    4. Vitamin B12
    5. Folic acid
    1. Polycythemia Vera
    2. Leukemia
    3. Myeloproliferative disease
    4. Infiltration
    5. Aplasia
    1. Megaloblasts
    2. Reticulocyte
    3. Metamyelocytes
    4. Myelocytes
    5. Promyelocytes
    1. Auto antibodies against gastric parietal cells
    2. Deficiency of intrinsic factor
    3. Pregnancy-induced anemia
    4. Deficiency if Vitamin B12
    5. Deficiency of folate
    1. MCV
    2. MCHC
    3. MCH
    4. Hb
    5. PDW
    1. 15 days
    2. 30 days
    3. 45 days
    4. 60 days
    5. 9 days
    1. Unconjugated and total bilirubin
    2. Conjugated and total bilirubin
    3. Unconjugated and conjugated bilirubin
    4. Delta bilirubin and total bilirubin
    5. Total bilirubin only
    1. Band 3 protein, band 4.1 and Ankyrin
    2. Band 3 protein, band 4.1 and glycophorin A
    3. Band 3 protein, band 4.1 and glycophorin C
    4. Band 3 protein, band 4.1 and cell membrane
    5. Band 3 protein, band 4.1 and protein homodimer
    1. Consumption of fruits
    2. Fava beans
    3. Drugs
    4. Infections
    5. Necrotising enterocolitis
    1. Increased oxidant stress
    2. Spectrin deficiency
    3. Ankyrin deficiency
    4. Decreased globin production
    5. Substitution of valine to glycine
    1. Sickle cell anemia
    2. Pyruvate kinase deficiency
    3. Thalassemia
    4. Glucose 6 phosphatase deficiency
    5. Autoimmune hemolytic anemia
    1. 37 degree Celsius
    2. 37 degree farenhiet
    3. 4 degree Celsius
    4. 4-degree Fahrenheit
    5. 54 degree Celsius
    1. Hydroxycarbamide
    2. Folic acid
    3. Hydrogen sulphide
    4. Vitamin B 12
    5. Iron supplementation

    Author of lecture Types of Anaemia – Red Cell Disorders

     Paul Moss, PhD

    Paul Moss, PhD


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