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Introduction: Microcytosis

Description of Microcytosis

Microcytosis (medical condition): A blood disorder which results in small (decreased mean...more »

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Microcytosis: a blood disorder characterized by the presence of microcytes (abnormally small red blood cells) in the blood; often associated with anemia.
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Microcytosis: Related Topics

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Microcytosis as a Disease

Microcytosis (medical condition): See Microcytosis (disease information).
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Microcytosis: Related Diseases

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Hierarchical classifications of Microcytosis

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