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What kind of Hemolysis is this?




Asked by Jestes, Last updated: Sep 08, 2021

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Answered May 10, 2019

This is a Beta Hemolysis because this shows a complete breakdown of the red blood cells. You can tell that this is the type of hemolysis that has occurred because of the presence of areas that are lightened and a bit transparent.

There are different reasons why this may occur. There are instances when this will happen because the body is trying to get rid of red blood cells that are already old and faulty. At times, there is too much hemolysis that is going on that it will make the body start to feel bad. There are some who may go through hemolytic anemia or also kidney failure. This may need immediate medical attention.

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Answered Sep 20, 2017

Beta Hemolysis
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