Ovalocytes?

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Ovalocytes are abnormal red blood cells. These red blood cells have pale centers and are oval in shape. Ovalocytes are sometimes found in people with hemolytic anemia, thalassemias and the hereditary type of elliptocytosis. 
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Elliptocyte, an elliptical erythrocyte.
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Atypical lymphocytes - are caused by viral infections, may be noted in lymphocytic leukemia, and may be seen in allergies. Ovalocytes are typically seen in cases of low hemoglobin
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Sounds like anemia. RBC is red blood cells or erythrocytes. WBC, white blood cells are normal, which is good because these are what fight off infections. Platelet is ok but could
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[ō′vəlōsīts′] Etymology: L, ovalis, egg-shaped; Gk, kytos, cell oblong or oval-shaped red blood cells with pale centers that are found occasionally
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