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BOF 185
Immune haemolytic anaemia, all are true except
1-the commonest cause is the idiopathic form
2-the presence of smudge cells on blood film are useful to detect the aetiology
3-direct Coomb’s test detect IgE and complement but not IgA antibodies
4-a positive direct Coomb’s test requires at least 200 antibodies to be attach to the surface of RBCs to be positive
5-there is an association with HIV infection


 

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