• Neelam Mahbood
  • Wisal Mohammad
  • Khaista Mohammad
  • Talib Hussain
  • Faiza Banuri


A survey of blood groups in Mardan was carried out between October, 1992 to May, 1993. A totalof 3860 subjects were analyzed. The commonest blood group was B (34.9%) Blood group 0 was (32.4%).Group A was found to be 22.4% and AB 10.3%. Overall 94.7% of subjects were Rh(D) positive.


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