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Normal MHC Range
Normal MCV Range
MCHC
Rise in EPO found in all anemias except
Testing Ferritin and Transferrin is important in which anemia
Testing Folate and B12 is important in which anemia
Testing Unconjugated bilirubin and LDH is important in which anemia
Coombs test is important for diagnosing what type of anemia
Cause of microcytic anemia
Cause of microcytic anemia
Cause of microcytic anemia
Cause of microcytic anemia
Non megaloblastic causes for macrocytic anemia
Non megaloblastic causes for macrocytic anemia
Non megaloblastic causes for macrocytic anemia
Main cause of iron deficiency anemia
How are Hepcidin, Transferrin, and ferritin levels in IDA?
Koilonychia and esophageal webs are found in
What is the most common anemia in hospitalized patients?
MCHC is high in which anemia?
Hepcidin and Ferritin production is increased in
The most common cause of B12 deficiency is
Pernicious anemia is due to attack of which cells?
The most common cause of Folate deficiency
Spurr cells are characteristic in
Ecchinocytes are found in which anemia?
Fanconi anemia is a cause of which anemia
Fanconi anemia mode of inheritance
Hypocellular bone marrow with a lot of adipose cells is found in
Tuberculosis can cause which anemia?
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Tear-drop mature RBCs are found in
RBCs in anemia of acute hemorrhage are _____cytic
What hemolytic anemia is commonly associated with splenomegaly?
Warm immunohemolytic Anemia is caused by which Igs
Cold immunohemolytic Anemia is caused by which Igs
In Cold immunohemolytic Anemia, RBCs bind to cell membranes at temperatures:
What hemolytic anemias are almost always inherited?
Polychromasia and RBC precursor hyperplasia is characteristic of
What anemia is produced by defective heart valves?
Disseminated intravascular coagulation cause what anemia?
Most common anemia-causing infection
A defect in the following proteins: Ankyrin, band 4.2, band 3, glycophorin and band 4.1
Burr/Helmet/Triangle pointed cells known as schistocytes are characteristic of
Mode of inheritance of Hereditary Spherocytosis
Repeated occlusion of splenic vessels leads to necrosis and autosplenectomy occurs in patients with:
Increase in which Hg will reduce symptoms of Sickle Cell Anemia?
Target Cells appear in
Beta thalessemia differs from IDA by
Small point mutations occur in which thalessemia
4 affected alpha genes in Hg result in
G6PD mode of inheritance
Are gallbladder stones and splenomegaly seen in G6PD Deficiency?
The most common cause of Primary Absolute Polycythemia
Which RBC disorder is associated with JAK2
Pruritis and Hyperuricemia are both caused by
Mutation in PIGA gene results in
Fava beans induce acute hemolytic episodes in
Brown pigmentation of the spleen, liver, & bone marrow is a sign of
Hypochromic, pale centered cells is most indicative of
TIBC and RDW in IDA are:

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