A case of primary sideroblastic anaemia is described in which megaloblastic changes in the bone marrow were found to be due to coincidental pernicious anaemia.
The importance is stressed of investigating all cases of macrocytic anaemia by iron staining of the marrow together with estimation of the serum B12 and folate levels.
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