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A girl had developed repeated attacks of pneumonia almost immediately after birth. A blood test taken 3 weeks after birth showed a blood hemoglobin concentration of 4.5% (normal at that age: 15-19%).



A. Sickle cell disease or α-thalassemia but not β-thalassemia
B. α-thalassemia but not sickle cell disease or β-thalassemia
C. Sickle cell disease or β-thalassemia but not α-thalassemia
D. Sickle cell disease but not α-thalassemia or β-thalassemia
E. α-thalassemia or β-thalassemia but not sickle cell disease

This question is part of Biochemistry, M&S – Semester 1, Mini 1
Asked by Chachelly, Last updated: Dec 18, 2019

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John Smith

John Smith

Answered Jul 17, 2017

α-thalassemia but not sickle cell disease or β-thalassemia
 

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