Indian Journal of Public Health


Year
: 2002  |  Volume : 46  |  Issue : 2  |  Page : 61--5

Clinical examination and hematological data in asymptomatic & apparently healthy school children in a boarding school in a tribal area.


K Ghosh, MB Mukherjee, U Shankar, SL Kote, SB Nagtilak, RB Kolah, RR Surve, AA Tamankar, S Sukumar, Mohanty 
 Institute of Immunohematology, KEM Hospital, Parel, Mumbai-400 012

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K Ghosh
Institute of Immunohematology, KEM Hospital, Parel, Mumbai-400 012

In a boarding school of Maharashtra State of India 314 students (Bhil & Pawar) were examined clinically and blood was examined. Anemia was present in 16.2% male & 38.3% female. B (Beta). Thalasemia trait was present in 1.6% male & 2.4% female. Sickle cell trait was present in 21.3% male and 14.4% female and sickle cell disease in 0.6% student. G6PD deficiency was seen in 5.1% male & 4.8% female students.


How to cite this article:
Ghosh K, Mukherjee M B, Shankar U, Kote S L, Nagtilak S B, Kolah R B, Surve R R, Tamankar A A, Sukumar S, Mohanty. Clinical examination and hematological data in asymptomatic & apparently healthy school children in a boarding school in a tribal area. Indian J Public Health 2002;46:61-5


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Ghosh K, Mukherjee M B, Shankar U, Kote S L, Nagtilak S B, Kolah R B, Surve R R, Tamankar A A, Sukumar S, Mohanty. Clinical examination and hematological data in asymptomatic & apparently healthy school children in a boarding school in a tribal area. Indian J Public Health [serial online] 2002 [cited 2019 Dec 8 ];46:61-5
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