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The red cell 

The red cell
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Contents

    1. 22.5.1 Erythropoiesis and the normal red cell[link]

      Anna Rita Migliaccio and Thalia Papayannopoulou

    2. 22.5.2 Anaemia: pathophysiology, classification, and clinical features[link]

      D.J. Weatherall

    3. 22.5.3 Anaemia as a challenge to world health[link]

      D.J. Weatherall

    4. 22.5.4 Iron metabolism and its disorders[link]

      T.M. Cox

    5. 22.5.5 Normochromic, normocytic anaemia[link]

      D.J. Weatherall

    6. 22.5.6 Megaloblastic anaemia and miscellaneous deficiency anaemias[link]

      A.V. Hoffbrand

    7. 22.5.7 Disorders of the synthesis or function of haemoglobin[link]

      D.J. Weatherall

    8. 22.5.8 Anaemias resulting from defective maturation of red cells[link]

      James S. Wiley

    9. 22.5.9 Haemolytic anaemia—congenital and acquired[link]

      Amy Powers, Leslie Silberstein, and Frank J. Strobl

    10. 22.5.10 Disorders of the red cell membrane[link]

      Patrick G. Gallagher

    11. 22.5.11 Erythrocyte enzymopathies[link]

      Ernest Beutler

    12. 22.5.12 Glucose-6-phosphate dehydrogenase (G6PD) deficiency[link]

      Lucio Luzzatto