Here’s a practice question on anemia – see if you can get the right answer before scrolling down to the discussion.
If you’re a student of pathology, you will at some point be faced with transfusion medicine, and you’ll need to find yourself a good resource for learning the stuff.
Here is a good question from one of our readers: “Why is blood group O+ not a universal donor?”
We’ve talked here before about the 6 types of necrosis. One type, fibrinoid necrosis, is sort of an outlier – it’s added at the end of the list of main types of necrosis as if it doesn’t quite belong in the list (Robbins calls it a “special” type of necrosis).
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