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In this case, which red blood cells (RBCs) are agglutinating in the DAT and why?

Antibody screen
Cells Gel
Screen cells
Screen Cell I 3+
Screen Cell II 2+
Screen Cell III 2+

Patient CellsDATCC
Post-transfusion2+ mixed field agglutination (MFA)N/A

Please select the single best answer