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- Nonmalignant Hematology
- Multiple Choice Questions for Haematology and Core Medical Trainees
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Multiple Choice Questions for Haematology and Core Medical Trainees
Cryofibrinogen B. When the entire CBC is suppressed due to either anemia, infection, or hemorrhage is called? Erythroplasia B. Thrombocytopenia C. Pancytopenia D.
Speak now. That can't be right Do you know better? Of course you do, you know that it has nothing to do with a fictional cartoon character! It's to do with blood!
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