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Clinical Features of Megaloblastic Anaemia

Megaloblastic anaemia is a macrocytic anaemia resulting from the deficiency of vitamin B12 or folic acid characterised by the presence of megaloblasts in the bone marrow. 659 more words

Education

Why Blood Loss From Sites other than Gastrointestinal Tract Rarely Causes Iron Deficiency?

A 55 year old man presented with breathlessness on climbing stairs. He saw his family physician who found the patient to be pale. The patient was advised a complete haemogram. 456 more words

Haematology

Meat

I’m sure you’ve heard the news about meat and how it’s cancer-causing.  My thoughts?  Meat in and of itself is no more cancer causing than it has ever been.  529 more words

Cancer