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Spherocytosis

spherocytosis

(Science: haematology) A condition in which erythrocytes lose their biconcave shape and become spherical. It occurs as cells age and is also found in individuals with abnormal cytoskeletal proteins, (hereditary spherocytosis, a disorder that leads to haemolytic anaemia).


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