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RBC INDICES [Recovered] [Recovered]

RBC INDICES [Recovered] [Recovered]

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VARITION IN SIZE,SHAPE&STRUCTUREOF RBC
ANISOCYTOSIS
 
 –
 
VARIATION IN THE SIZE OF RBC
NORMOCYTE
 –
DIA. 7.5 µm
MACROCYTE
-
DIA. INCREASE e
g-MAGALOBLASTICANEMIA
MICROCYTE
 
- DIA. DECREASE e g
 –
 
IDA
POIKILOCYTOSIS
- VARIATION IN THE SHAPE OF RBC
OVALOCYTOSISSICKLE CELLTEAR SHAPED CELL
 
VARITION IN SIZE,SHAPE&STRUCTUREOF RBC
 
SPHEROCYTOSIS
 
-
SPHERICAL RBC(MORE FRAGILE) HEREDITORYSPHEROCYTOSIS
HYPOCHROMIC
 
 –
INCREASE CENTRAL PALLORDUE TO DECREASE Hb CONC. IN THE RBCe g
 –
 
IDA, SIDEROBLASTIC ANEMIA
HYPERCHROMIC
 
- DECREASE CENTRAL PALLORDUE TO INCREASE Hb. CONTENT ,INCREASE PINK AREAe g
 –
 
magaloblastic anemia
NORMOCHROMIC
 
- NORMAL
 
VARITION IN SIZE,SHAPE&STRUCTUREOF RBC
 
 –
POLYCHROMATIC CELL/RETICULOCYTE
Due to ↑ Bone marrow activity
 normal count in - adult - 0-1%- infant -2-3%- it having more than one type of color
NORMOBLASTAEMIA
- Means NucleatedRBC SEEN In PBFe g
 –
seen in hemolytic disease in newborn

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