You come across various patients with macrocytic anaemia recently and discuss them with your clinical supervisor. Which one of the following conditions does not cause a macrocytic anaemia?
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Mary is 25 years old and a carrier of the beta thalassaemia trait. She has never understood much about it and sees you for further advice, as she and her husband are planning to start a family. Which one of the following statements about beta thalassaemia trait is least correct?
You are reviewing some blood results for your colleague who is on annual leave. You receive a blood film result back for a 37 year old male which mentions the presence of Howell jolly bodies. Which of the following conditions could cause this appearance on a blood film? Please select one or more answers.
You receive a clinic letter back regarding Mr James, who was recently diagnosed with Polycythaemia rubra vera. Which of the following mutations is most commonly present in this condition?
You receive a clinic letter back about a patient who has recently been diagnosed with Acute lymphoblastic leukaemia and decide to look into risk factors which contribute to development. In which of the following conditions can an increased occurrence of Acute lymphoblastic leukaemia (ALL) be seen? Please select one or more answers.
You are having a tutorial about malaria with your clinical supervisor after a recent case in the practice. Which one of the following conditions is thought to offer some resistance against falciparum malaria?
You have palpated an enlarged spleen in a patient you saw in morning surgery and discuss how to investigate this with your clinical supervisor. Which one of the following conditions is least associated with splenomegaly?
You are having a tutorial on macrocytic anaemia with your clinical supervisor. Which one of the following conditions can cause a megaloblastic macrocytic anaemia?
You receive a clinic letter back from Haematology who recently saw a 55 year old lady you referred urgently with night sweats and weight loss. They have confirmed a diagnosis of Non-Hodgkins Lymphoma (NHL) and discuss her staging classification. Which one of the following staging systems is used for patients with NHL?
You are reviewing the blood results requested by a GP colleague who is on annual leave. You notice various pathology results which show anaemia and review each patient’s records to determine the likely cause of this. Which of the below options does not match the correct condition to the associated anaemia?