Normal to elevated Kl n>u/lu.mogk.ibinop;tth)--

low RI

. Sideroblasiie anemia'-'.

Normal to devaied it!

Acute blond loss

Medi(.a>.k/üs (anüfetQily-caiisjligr); I ,mv RI

Canter, dysplasia ic.>>., myelophthisic Anemia) P. Anemia of chronic disease (some') '■} AoUmk. am-mia

Knd< « rii'ti Si'jjtfeiir^^jlt^iji^'i;: vs.-; r: fe ::v;' i;■ ;::■':;;'■:' v.

X viia. iierft jeti^ss^gi-7-V--:^-="""" V' -""i-:^- - " "-i J"-: Me/ht.ition;, (ni>*tliouvvaU\ pUei.yu-in) : :■ ■■■ Cirrhosis iiiyef: disease - i;

Other clues to the presence of hemolytic anemia:

■ Elevated lactate dehydrogenase s Elevated bilirubin (unconjugated as well as conjugated if the liver is working)

s Jaundice

■ Low or absent haptoglobin (intravascular hemolysis)

m Positive urobilinogen, bilirubin, hemoglobin in urine (only conjugated bilirubin appears in the urine, and hemoglobin appears only when haptoglobin has been saturated, as in brisk intravascular hemolysis)

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