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Case Study

A 54-year-old man was brought to the clinic by his sister who was emphatic that her brother was "not taking care of himself."
The patient had a previous gastrectomy and splenectomy. He also has a history of alcoholism, malnutrition, and hepatic cirrhosis. The following two content pages discuss a variety of erythrocyte changes that have occurred as a result of his various conditions.