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Macrocytosis-associated conditions: Case Study Two
A patient has an elevated MCV on the automated CBC, and a peripheral blood smear is reviewed. A representative field is shown on the right. What conditions could cause the RBC and WBC morphologies that are present in this microscopic field?

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