The Morphological Classification Of The Anemias

Generally, anemias are classified either morphologically or according to pathophysiological cause. The pathophysiological approach refers to the cause of anemias—whether the anemia is caused by excessive destruction or diminished production of red cells. Although this is certainly a respected approach, more clinicians are familiar with the morphological classification of anemias that relies on the red blood cell indices. This classification is readily available using CBC data and can be acted on fairly quickly as a means to start an investigation into cause. There are three morphological classifications of anemia:

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