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Bombay Blood Group Confusion: A Reply by Dr Bruno
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This message has been taken up from a message board and herein Dr Bruno has replied to a confusion regarding the bombay blood group. It can be a potential question for Indian PG entrances. RxPG also invites the comments of the readers for this piece of discussion. RxPG Site Editor About Bombay Blood Group The patient will not have any antigenin RBC Will have Anti - A Anti -B and Anti -H As far as I know, the question of The blood bank is unable to determine his ABO group, as his red cell group and plasma group do not matchdoes not arise here The Blood bank can misdiagnose as O group ( if they don't see for Anti H) but, the problem of RBC group and Plasma group MATCHES in... More

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