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Erythrocyte Disorders Quiz


It is a type of anemia disease caused by too few hematopoietic progenitor cells (cells present in blood and bone marrow) leading to too few red blood cells, white blood cells, and platelets.

A. Anemia

B. Aplastic anemia

C. Sickle cell anemia

D. Thalassemia

A kind of anemia that the damaged shape of the red blood cells clogs the blood vessels, resulting to the inability of oxygen to pass from one tissue/organ to another

A. Polycythemia

B. Sickle-cell anemia

C. Pernicious anemia

D. Hemolytic anemia

If there is a massive bleeding from a wound that may lose a lot of blood it may result in what type of anemia?

A. Pernicious anemia

B. Polycythemia

C. Acute Hemorrhagic anemia

D. anemia

On a monthly basis, blood transfusions are required for rbc

A. Acute Hemorrhagic anemia

B. Polycthemia

C. Renal Anemia

D. Thalassemia

Over acquisition of red blood cells in the blood cells

A. Polycythemia

B. Iron-deficiency anemia

C. Renal anemia

D. thalassemia

It is blood disorder that the body is inability to properly utilize Vitamin B12.

A. Blood doping

B. Pernicious anemia

C. Hemolytic anemia

D. Renal anemia

It is a result from inadequate intake of iron, increased loss of blood, and inability to absorb iron.

A. Thalassemia

B. Aplastic anemia

C. Sickle-cell anemia

D. Iron-deficiency anemia

It increases the amount of hemoglobin in the bloodstream

A. Acute Hemorrhagic anemia

B. Renal anemia

C. Blood doping

D. Pernicious anemia

Mostly used by the athletes to improve their stamina and performance

A. Blood doping

B. Anemia

C. Aplastic anemia

D. Sickle-cell anemia

A kind of anemia that is a complication of kidney disease and caused by the lack of EPO (Erythropoietin).

A. Renal anemia

B. Iron-deficiency anemia

C. blood doping

D. thalassemia

The erythrocytes that are produced are fragile and break easily.

A. Renal anemia

B. Hemolytic anemia

C. Anemia

D. Blood doping

it is also known as “lacking blood” because of it’s low ability to support the oxygen in the blood

A. blood doping

B. hemolytic anemia

C. Iron- deficiency anemia

D. anemia


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