J D Verzosa

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  • J D Verzosa
  • The Journal of the American Board of Family…
  • 1997
Methemoglobin is a type of hemoglobin in which the ferrous ion has been oxidized to the ferric state. It is therefore incapable of combining with or transporting the oxygen molecule, which is replaced by a hydroxyl radical. Methemoglobinemia can be acquired or inherited. Most cases are acquired and are primarily due to exposure to certain drugs and(More)
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