Understanding Anaemia: Definition and Clinical Features

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Which type of anaemia is characterized by the appearance of RBCs with obvious central pallor and variable size and shape?

Microcytic anaemia

Which condition is characterized by the destruction of RBCs faster than they can be produced and may lead to the appearance of target cells in the blood film?

Hemolytic anaemia

Which nutrient deficiencies are commonly associated with macrocytic anaemia?

Vitamin B12 and Folate deficiency

What is the main cause of aplastic anaemia?

Bone marrow failure/suppression to make RBCs

Which type of anaemia is associated with decreased production of RBCs due to conditions like iron deficiency, Vitamin B12 deficiency, and folate deficiency?

Aplastic anaemia

What is the characteristic appearance of RBCs in the blood film for microcytic anaemia?

Small size and anisocytosis

Learn about the definition of anaemia, which is a condition characterized by a deficiency of haemoglobin in the blood. Explore the clinical features and symptoms associated with anaemia, and understand its effects on the body's oxygen-carrying capacity.

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