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Sucrose hemolysis test

Sucrose hemolysis test

Sucrose hemolysis test: A sucrose hemolysis test is used to identify fragile red blood cells by placing them in a sucrose, low-salt solution, which will cause weakened red blood cells to burst open.

Sucrose hemolysis test: Other Names

Other names for Sucrose hemolysis test include:

  • Sugar-water hemolysis test

Symptoms Associated with Sucrose hemolysis test

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Diseases Associated with Sucrose hemolysis test

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