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BOF 189
G6PD deficiency, all are true except
1-the prematurely released reticulocytes may have normal level of the enzyme
2-bite cells and blister cells are seen in peripheral blood film
3-Hienz bodies are seen only by staining the blood film with supravital stain
4-may present as neonatal jaundice
5-the African type of deficiency is very severe

 

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