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  1. I liked it very much, it helps me in various compilatitive exams. Thanku so much🙏

    1. I’m glad to hear that you found it helpful for your competitive exams. You’re welcome!

  2. Kum Cletus Tang says:

    Thank you so much sir I’m glad actually it has refreshes my mind on some key aspects

    1. You’re very welcome! I’m delighted to hear that the information was refreshing and beneficial to you. If you have any more questions or need further clarification on any topic, feel free to ask. I’m here to help!

  3. Pascal chi says:

    Thanks so much. This questions just teased my brain and gave me a wakeup call .Interesting question

    1. Red Blood Cells themselves do not cause jaundice. Jaundice is typically caused by an excess of bilirubin, a yellow pigment produced during the normal breakdown of red blood cells. When red blood cells break down, they release bilirubin, and if the liver cannot process and excrete it effectively, it can lead to the yellowing of the skin and eyes, characteristic of jaundice. So, it’s not the red blood cells but the byproduct of their breakdown, bilirubin, that is associated with jaundice.

  4. Md. Hazrat Belal says:

    Dear sir
    I hope that you are fine and well. I will be requested to add this question.
    What diseases decrease platelet count?
    (a). Connective tissue disorders (b). Inflammatory bowel disease
    (c).Rheumatoid arthritis (d). Tuberculosis.
    Answer:(c).Rheumatoid arthritis

  5. Osman Ali says:

    I’m Osman Ali…at present I’m dmlt paramedical student at Murshidabad medical College and hospital in west bengal,India.
    …pls tell me how to collect this pdf.

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