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142 Possible Causes for Anemia, Hepatomegaly, Splenic Abscess

  • Pediatric Chronic Granulomatous Disease

    […] pneumonias aspergillosis skin abscesses pulmonary abscesses chronic diarrhea ear infections osteomyelitis failure to thrive Physical exam short stature eczematoid dermatitis hepatomegaly[] Hematological manifestations such as thrombocytopenia and hemolytic anemia are the most common presentations.[] ., lymphadenopathy or hepatomegaly) is “normal” for these patients.[]

  • Cooley's Anemia

    Abdominal imaging such as ultrasound scanning, MRI, or CT may show gallstones, liver cirrhosis, and hepatomegaly.[] Complications may include abdominal, hepatic or splenic abscess, intussusception, nephritis, ileo-psoas abscess and meningitis.[] Hepatomegaly can result from a number of mechanisms; extramedullary erthyropoiesis, hepatitis due to chronic transfusion associated infections, and iron overload.[]

  • Gastric Cancer

    Signs may include a palpable enlarged stomach with succussion splash; hepatomegaly; periumbilical metastasis (Sister Mary Joseph nodule); and enlarged lymph nodes such as[] She was found with severe anemia and thrombocytopenia during the third course of chemotherapy.[] The second patient was diagnosed with gastric wall abscess derived from metastasized gastric cancer with a primary tumor located at the splenic flexure of the colon.[]

  • Autoimmune Hemolytic Anemia

    […] hepatitis B virus, drug usage or cholestatic syndrome and in around 40% of cases its etiology will be defined as autoimmune. 22 One patient from the present sample developed hepatomegaly[] Autoimmune haemolytic anaemia Autoimmune hemolytic anemia NOS (disorder) Autoimmune hemolytic anemia ANEMIA, AUTOIMMUNE HEMOLYTIC AIHA AHA edit English autoimmune hemolytic[] […] sequestration. 24 Moreover, splenectomy may be associated with surgical complications (pulmonary embolism, intra-abdominal bleeding, abdominal abscess, abdominal wall hematoma[]

  • Sickle Cell Disease

    Additional autopsy findings included cardiomegaly with a heart weight of 450 gm (312 78), right atrial and right ventricular chamber dilatation, and hepatomegaly with a liver[] […] are no standard treatments that cure sickle cell anemia.[] […] complications such as sequestration crisis, chronic hypersplenism, splenic infarction and abscess, trauma, and rupture, and 20% required splenectomy. 30, 31 In the Western[]

  • Crohn's Disease

    We reported a case of Crohn's disease (CD) that presented with anasarca, ascites, symptomatic hepatomegaly, elevated liver enzymes, increased prothrombin time and low albumin[] Moreover, anemia may result from IBD therapies, such as sulfasalazine, which may confound the problem. 7 Anemia of inflammation or anemia of chronic disease (ACD) is characterized[] Anemia of chronic disease results in a normocytic anemia.[]

  • Cat Scratch Fever

    Physical examination for hepatomegaly and splenomegaly.[] Oroya fever was first recognized in the nineteenth century as the cause of acute fever and highly fatal, hemolytic anemia in railroad workers in Peru.[] Vertebral osteomyelitis and splenic abscess Rolain et al have described vertebral osteomyelitis with splenic abscess in a patient with CSD. [24] B henselae was specifically[]

  • Brucellosis

    Physical examination of the patient revealed massive hepatomegaly.[] Also, Coombs-positive autoimmune hemolytic anemia as a result of the disease is comparatively rare when considering the other frequent hematologic complications.[] Splenic abscess due to acute brucellosis is a rare event.[]

  • Paroxysmal Cold Hemoglobinuria

    Signs Splenomegaly Hepatomegaly Transient Jaundice Pale fingers, toes, and tip of nose VI.[] Autoimmune hemolytic anemia (AIHA) in childhood, including paroxysmal cold hemoglobinuria, is an uncommon, potentially life-threatening disorder.[] […] sequestration. 24 Moreover, splenectomy may be associated with surgical complications (pulmonary embolism, intra-abdominal bleeding, abdominal abscess, abdominal wall hematoma[]

  • Q Fever

    The aborted foetus may show hepatomegaly, subcutaneous oedema and reddish fluid accumulation.[] Meningoencephalitis, thyroiditis, pericarditis, myocarditis, mesenteric lymphadenopathy, hemolytic anemia, and nephritis are rare manifestations.[] Serologies to C burnetii were positive (1:640), leading to the diagnosis of Q fever with splenic and hepatic abscesses.[]

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