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Hemolytic conditions with spherocytosis: Case Study Two
A known case of hemolytic disease of the newborn (HDN) is presented in the image on the right. Many different cellular morophologies are present. Apart from the obvious anisocytosis (microcytes and macrocytes), which additional red blood cell morphologies are worth reporting?

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