Clinical Lab Investigations: Case Studies for the Lab Profesisonal, Case set #22 - A Hematology Case: Megaloblastic Anemia with Neurological Sequelae (by ASCLS)

This course does not carry any current continuing education credits.

(based on 14 customer ratings)

ASCLS members save $4. If you're a member of ASCLS, enter your e-mail here to get the member price »


Course provided by ASCLS.

1.Explain how the laboratory results obtained led to the differential diagnoses considered and how each was eliminated.

2.Interpret laboratory results used to differentiate megaloblastic anemias of different etiologies.

3.Explain the biochemical basis of pernicious anemia and how it differs from other types of Vitamin B12 deficiencies.

4.Correlate the physiology of pernicious anemia with its clinical presentation

See more courses in: Hematology

Customer Ratings

(based on 14 customer ratings)

Users Also Bought

Course Outline

  • CLI Case set 22 Fall 2016
      • PDF Page 1
      • PDF Page 2
      • PDF Page 3
      • PDF Page 4
      • PDF Page 5
      • PDF Page 6
      • PDF Page 7
      • PDF Page 8
      • PDF Page 9
      • PDF Page 10
      • PDF Page 11
      • PDF Page 12
      • PDF Page 13
      • PDF Page 14
      • PDF Page 15
      • PDF Page 16
      • PDF Page 17
      • PDF Page 18
      • PDF Page 19
      • PDF Page 20
How to Subscribe
Single online course$14
ASCLS members save $4
Add to cart
  • Order for instant access through any computer, any browser.
  • No shipping, faxing, or waiting for certificates.
  • Print or save your certificate of completion as soon as you've completed the course.
  • You'll have 90 days to complete your purchased courses.
Course provided by ASCLS.

ASCLS CE's design and platform are provided by MediaLab, Inc.