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RBC G6PD, Intravascular or Extravascular?

Is G6Pd an intra-vascular hemolysis or extra-vascular hemolysis?
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Intravascular Versus Extravascular Hemolysis

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intravascular hemolysis.
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Correct Answer HI

I think G6PD couses both of them extra and intravascular.
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I think in the beginning its extravascular, but later on -the oxidant stress can become so severe that it becomes intravascular.

So i guess both is the most accurate answer

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