Medicine – MCQ 97 – Patient with increased serum ferritin, decreased TIBC

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A patient presents with increased serum ferritin, decreased TIBC, increased serum iron, % saturation increased. Most probable diagnosis is
a) Anemia of chronic disease
b) Sideroblastic anemia
c) Iron deficiency anemia
d) Thalassemia minor

Correct answer : b) Sideroblastic anemia

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