p17 Under lamellar body count, should read "blood contamination increases the LBC count, and meconium decreases it"

p 154 the most commonly gene affected is ankyrin; whereas in the Companion on p166 the answer to the most commonly affected gene is spectrin (the answer should be ankyrin)

p 28 (column I) TSH paragraph reads "TSH is elevated in true hypothyroidism and elevated in hypothyroidism"

p 154 stomatocytic type of HE confers resistance to P falciprum and P vivax.

☀: Da Costa L, et al, Hereditary spherocytosis, elliptocytosis, and other red cell membrane disorders, Blood Rev (2013),

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