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1,254 Possible Causes for Anemia, Polyhydramnios

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  • Fetal Erythroblastosis

    Fetal erythroblastosis is a condition that occurs when the fetus and the mother are incompatible regarding the blood group, leading to fetal hemolytic anemia.[] SignsMother• Polyhydramnios in mother.Baby• Pallor • Hepatosplenomegaly – signifying active haemolysis• Jaundice MAY NOT be there at birth – since the mother’s kidney will[] […] ascites), around the heart (pericardial effusion), and/or lungs (pleural effusion), or generalized edema or swelling of the skin and throughout the body (anasarca), as well as polyhydramnios[]

  • Hypophosphatasia

    Relatively few conditions are associated with a low serum alkaline phosphatase including Wilson's disease, hypophosphatasia, pernicious anemia and untreated hypothyroidism[] Other clinical findings included polyhydramnios, blue sclerae and spurs in the mid-portion of the forearms and lower legs.[] Three clinical types are recognized: [1] infantile (symptoms beginning between birth and 6 months and characterized by severe softening of bones, fever, anemia, vomiting,[]

  • Non-immune Hydrops fetalis

    Abstract Hereditary xerocytosis is a rare hemolytic anemia occurring secondary to a defect in cell membrane potassium flux.[] We evaluated outcomes of fetal or neonatal death and preterm birth (PTB) in cases of NIHF alone and in those with polyhydramnios and/or placentomegaly (P/PM).[] Neurodevelopmental outcome after fetal B19V infection is affected by fetal anemia and presumably direct infection of the CNS.[]

  • Hydrops Fetalis

    The fetus had severe anemia with an initial hemoglobin level of 51 g/L.[] We evaluated outcomes of fetal or neonatal death and preterm birth (PTB) in cases of NIHF alone and in those with polyhydramnios and/or placentomegaly (P/PM).[] CONCLUSIONS: In this large, population-based study, prematurity, polyhydramnios, and large for gestational age were predictors of increased mortality.[]

  • Placental Transfusion Syndrome

    The donor twin may need a blood transfusion to treat anemia. The recipient twin may need to have the volume of body fluid reduced.[] This will result in polyhydramnios, an excess of amniotic fluid in the amniotic sac.[] The recipient twin has more red blood cells, producing thick blood (polycythemia), whereas the donor twin has a low blood count (anemia).[]

  • Polyhydramnios

    We report an uncommon form of TTTS without TOPS showing severe anemia in one twin and polycythemia in the other.[] There are two clinical varieties of polyhydramnios: chronic polyhydramnios where excess amniotic fluid accumulates gradually, and acute polyhydramnios where excess amniotic[] Anemia during pregnancy, cesarean delivery rate, and congenital anomalies were significantly higher in the study group.[]

  • Multiple Pregnancy

    The four leading maternal adverse outcomes were anemia (74.6%), preterm delivery (31%), pregnancy-induced hypertension (30%) and preterm premature rupture of membranes (26.2%[] Polyhydramnios. Placental site. X-ray If ultrasound is not available it can detect foetal heads and vertebral columns.[] Fifty percent had no antenatal complications, gestational diabetes complicated 16%, and anemia was reported in 22% of cases.[]

  • Streptococcal Infection

    Miscellaneous symptoms Other symptoms associated with strep infection include: anemia elevated white blood cell counts inflammation of the epiglottis (epiglottitis) heart[] ., diabetes mellitus, polyhydramnios, multiple gestation) with maternal group B streptococcal colonization is not strong or consistent enough to warrant inclusion in Table[] Miscellaneous symptoms Other symptoms associated with strep infections include the following: anemia elevated white blood cell counts inflammation of the epiglottis (epiglottitis[]

  • Diaphragmatic Hernia

    Usual complaints are chest pain, epigastric pain, Difficulty in swallowing, Fullness after food, heartburn, regurgitation, vomiting, weight loss, anemia, and respiratory symptoms[] Antenatal diagnosis Ultrasonography reveals herniation, polyhydramnios may appear.[] Polyhydramnios is an indication for poor prognosis (only 11% of 94 cases survived compared to 55% survival when no polyhydramnios was present) Ultrasound markers [ edit ][]

  • CINCA Syndrome

    Laboratory findings show leucocytosis, anemia, elevation of CRP levels and acceleration of ESR.[] As particular neonatal clinical signs polyhydramnios and endocardial overgrowth are to be mentioned.[] In five toddlers with missense mutations in TRNT1 , indicator hints included expensive fevers, anemia, and neurologic involvement.[]

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