Blood Cells

Larger-than-normal red blood cells (macrocytosis) are common in adults with Down's syndrome, with a microscopic picture revealing an abnormally high mean cell volume (MCV) - a presentation often otherwise seen in bloods from people who habitually imbibe excessive amounts of alcohol.

There are also functional defects of white blood cells in adults with Down's syndrome. White blood cells in adults with Down's syndrome have a decreased response to infection, and a decreased killing ability of microorganisms.

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