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can u clarify me guys..
F.A 2012 says...in pg.382 G6PD deficiency causes extravascular hemolysis
and pg. 384 says intravascular hemolysis------
for me----symptoms seemed to be like intravascular hemolysis...clarify me
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can u clarify me guys..
F.A 2012 says...in pg.382 G6PD deficiency causes extravascular hemolysis
and pg. 384 says intravascular hemolysis------
for me----symptoms seemed to be like intravascular hemolysis...clarify me
thanks in advance
It should be typo in 2012.
G6PD def. cause intravascular hemolysis.
Likewise PNH & all of microangiopathic anemia.
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can u clarify me guys..
F.A 2012 says...in pg.382 G6PD deficiency causes extravascular hemolysis
and pg. 384 says intravascular hemolysis------
for me----symptoms seemed to be like intravascular hemolysis...clarify me
thanks in advance
The errata to FA 2012 corrects it to Intravascular hemolysis. it is indeed a typo.
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The errata to FA 2012 corrects it to Intravascular hemolysis. it is indeed a typo.
FA errata according to this

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Normocytic, normochromic anemia G6PD can cause both intravascular and extravascular hemolysis; therefore, remove it as an example of extravascular hemolysis since that is misleading
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Venky, are you sure it doesn't say intrinsic on pg 384 and not 'intravascular'? The two are different things..
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Venky, are you sure it doesn't say intrinsic on pg 384 and not 'intravascular'? The two are different things..
yes, it says intravascular in brackets like this....G6PD deficiency [I] and it says intrinsic too
actually it is intrinsic and intravascular hemolysis
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Normocytic, normochromic anemia
G6PD can cause both intravascular and extravascular hemolysis; therefore, remove it as an example of extravascular hemolysis since that is misleading."

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