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Hemolytic conditions with spherocytosis: Case Study One
A 12-year-old child presents with jaundice and scleral icterus. The image to the right captures a representative section of the peripheral blood smear. Which of the following are significant findings that should be included on the report?

More than one answer is correct. Please select all correct answers