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RBC Diagnose this Peripheral Blood Smear?

The peripheral blood smear shown below could demonstrate which of the following diseases?

A) Babesiosis
B) Fabry's disease
C) Glucose-6-phosphate dehydrogenase deficiency
D) Pernicious anemia
E) Thalassemia minor

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answer is G-6-PD.......
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Target cells:Thalassemia minor
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thalassimia minor alpha target cells r pretty evident
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C.G6PD deficiency.(bite cells are seen)

Target cells are not seen here.target cells look like a dot in the pallor area.
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C.G6PD deficiency.(bite cells are seen)

Target cells are not seen here.target cells look like a dot in the pallor area.
Yes you are right!I did not notice the bite cells.
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i will go for c G6PD deficiency, but nt sure, tell the right ans then..
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Correct Answer Answer!

The correct answer is C) Glucose-6-phosphate dehydrogenase deficiency.
See the figure!

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c G6PD b/c bite cells r visible
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