The "mountain sickness" in persons climbing to high attitudes without the aid of oxygen cylinders is due to

A. lack of sufficient amount of haemoglobin

B. lack of sufficient amount of erythrocytes

C. arterial hypoxia

D. anaemic hypoxia

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