Travel-related Infections

By Ethan Kavanagh and Marcus Judge

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“A full blood count is also ordered which should show a normocytic and normochromic anaemia.”
Although I understand the reasoning behind why you may consider haemolytic anaemia as normocytic but are you sure haemolytic anaemia is considered as...

“A full blood count is also ordered which should show a normocytic and normochromic anaemia.”
Although I understand the reasoning behind why you may consider haemolytic anaemia as normocytic but are you sure haemolytic anaemia is considered as normocytic? In our workbook and on the internet it is usually considered as macrocytic?

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