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How are aplastic and hemolytic anemia differentiated?

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Dr. Jason Black
Internal Medicine
3 doctors agree

In brief: See below

Aplastic anemia is when the bone marrow stops producing blood cells.
Hemolytic anemia is when red blood cells are being destroyed outside of the bone marrow.

In brief: See below

Aplastic anemia is when the bone marrow stops producing blood cells.
Hemolytic anemia is when red blood cells are being destroyed outside of the bone marrow.
Dr. Jason Black
Dr. Jason Black
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Dr. Scott Diede
Simple blood tests can usually discriminate between these two processes.
Dr. Agos Luca
Pathology

In brief: Multiple

Besides a detailed clinical examination by your doctor, multiple laboratory tests are necessary including CBC with differential, peripheral blood morphology and bone marrow studies.

In brief: Multiple

Besides a detailed clinical examination by your doctor, multiple laboratory tests are necessary including CBC with differential, peripheral blood morphology and bone marrow studies.
Dr. Agos Luca
Dr. Agos Luca
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