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Default Hereditary spherocytosis

it is microcytic Hyperchromic anemia, right?
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Really?
I tot it is normcytic normochromic.
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Idea!

nsesereso is right.
the prblem is a membrane defect, hb is normal inside
the problem is a stiff membrane.
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