G 6PD DEFICIENCY AND BETA-THALASSAEMIA IN THE SAME PATIENT
AbstractAbstract: A report of 8 months old female child with a rare combination is presented who hadinherited G6PD deficiency from father and Bela-Thalassaemia from mother.
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