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Hair-on-end appearance
  1. M Azam,
  2. N Bhatti
  1. Children’s Hospital, Pakistan Institute of Medical Sciences, Islamabad, Pakistan;

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More than 80 years ago, Cooley and Lee described skeletal changes associated with haemolytic anaemias.1 Hair-on-end appearance of the skull is a characteristic feature of chronic haemolysis usually seen in patients …

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