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Posted on: 05:25:35 PM on July 16, 2016
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Rashmi pari
Examination of blood of a person suspected of having anaemia, shows large, immature, nucleated erythrocytes without haemoglobin. Supplementing his diet with which of the following is likely to alleviate the symptoms? Thiamine Folic acid and cobalamine Rioflavin Iron compounds


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Posted on: 09:20:17 PM on July 16, 2016
whats the answer?



Posted on: 10:45:31 PM on July 16, 2016
Iron compounds



Posted on: 08:16:43 PM on July 17, 2016



Posted on: 08:20:22 PM on July 17, 2016
Iron compounds i guess



Posted on: 09:22:15 PM on July 17, 2016
But why not folic acid???



Posted on: 11:00:40 PM on July 17, 2016
As blood or rbc contain haemoglobin and haemoglobin contains iron so



Posted on: 11:38:05 PM on November 23, 2018
It should be folic acid as deficiency of folic acid (Vit B9) causes Megaloblastic Anaemia,in which the erythrocytes become large, as stated in question.





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