Discussion in 'Spot Diagnosis' started by Egyptian Doctor, Mar 10, 2012.
what is your diagnosis ?
hypochromic microcytic anemia. my diagnosis is most likely B-thalassemia.
microcytic hypochromic anemia-B Thalassemia
B- thalassemia .. as evidenced by the mongoloid facies ( due to hyper active Bomne marrow ) + Hair on end appearance of the X ray skull
TTT is : regular Blood transfusion + S.C injection of Iron chelator ( disferral) + spleenectomy if needed
beta thalassemia (facies thalassemica + skull deformities)
Yeah...agree with the above comments....
also from radiographic finding showing Sun-ray appearance of calvaria
skull defromation show thalasemia
chronic hemolytic anemia>>> thalassemia
Answer : Chronic Hemolytic Ansemia Mostly Beta Thalassemia
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