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Pernicious anaemia. 3. Microcytic anaemia. 4. Macrocytic anaemia. 5. Normocytic anaemia. 6. Bone marrow disease. 7. Compensatory rise in cardiac output. 8. Decreased blood viscosity. 9. Haemolytic anaemia. 10. Increased bone marrow activity. A. Normal under the microscope. The mean red cell volume is normal at 90 cubic microns. B. A patient with long-standing indigestion has noticed increasing lack of energy and tiredness when walking uphill. On questioning he has noticed that the bowel motions are unusually dark from time to time.

10. Increased bone marrow activity. A. Normal under the microscope. The mean red cell volume is normal at 90 cubic microns. B. A patient with long-standing indigestion has noticed increasing lack of energy and tiredness when walking uphill. On questioning he has noticed that the bowel motions are unusually dark from time to time. Due to the indigestion the patient takes a bland diet without much meat or vegetables. C. A patient with a blood haemoglobin concentration of 60 grams per litre complains of recent palpitations (an abnormal awareness of the heart beat, often rather fast).

Due to the more rapid passage of indicator past the sampling site. It falls as the indicator is diluted in a bigger volume. Pulmonary artery blood flow equals cardiac output. A. B. C. True False False D. True E. False Pulmonary blood flowϭright ventricular outputϭcardiac output. The O2 content of arterial and mixed venous blood are measured. To measure O2 consumption, the subject breathes from a spirometer filled with oxygen with a CO2 absorber in the circuit; an open circuit method may also be used.

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