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erythrocytes

part 2 morphological varions and associated disorders

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shows a slit-like or mouth-like pallor, bowl shaped stomatocyte, mouth cell
which disease is caused by deficiency on protein band 7? hereditary stomatocytosis (stomatin def)
what diseases are associated with stomatocyte? (5) h. stomatocytosis, Rh null syndrome, alcoholism, cirrhosis, obstructive liver disease
what (other than stomatin deficiency)is a possible cause for stomatocytes? abnormal NaK
cell with IRREGULARLY spaced pointed spicules of various lengths and widths. acanthocyte, spur cell, thorn cell
cell with spicular projections REGULARLY distributed around the cell membrane echinocyte, burr cell, crenated cell
between acanthocyte and echinocyte, which is irreversible and which is reversible? acanthocyte- reversible, echinocyte - irreversible
what diseases are associated with echinocyte? (5) uremia, renal insufficiency, cirrhosis, renal transplant, hepatitis
what diseases are associated with acanthocyte? (6) abetalipoproteinemia, end stage liver dse, PK def, newborn hepatits, alcoholic cirrhosis with HA, post splenectomy
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