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Acute haemolysis

Acute haemolysis

Acute haemolysis: fragmented red cells (F), spherocytes (S) and free haemoglobin (= reddish smears) in a patient with gas gangrene, caused by Clostridium perfringens. (The acanthaceous appearing cells are no acanthocytes but red blood cells on the verge of disintegration.)

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