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205 Possible Causes for Bone Marrow with Erythroid Hyperplasia

  • Sideroblastic Anemia

    Bone marrow shows erythroid hyperplasia with a maturation arrest. In excess of 40% of the developing erythrocytes are ringed sideroblasts.[] Bone Marrow Core Biopsy Bone marrow core biopsy showing hypercellular marrow with erythroid hyperplasia[] marrow general : hypercellular or normocellular marrow with erythroid hyperplasia Bone marrow erythroid : erythroid hyperplasia, may be mild to moderate dysplasia; markedly[]

  • Pyruvate Kinase Deficiency

    Examination of bone marrow from PKLR deficient patients will show normoblastic erythroid hyperplasia. return to Inborn Errors page return to the Glycolysis page Return to[] Other findings include the following: Normoblastic erythroid hyperplasia of the bone marrow Extramedullary hematopoiesis Splenic and hepatic hemosiderosis and splenic congestion[]

  • Myeloproliferative Disease

    Two-thirds of patients with ET have a bone marrow with marked megakaryocytic hyperplasia, morphologically bizarre megakaryocytes with nuclear pleomorphism, and clustering[] Increased myeloid and erythroid precursors, abnormal cytogenetics, minimal reticulin fibrosis, and spontaneous megakaryocyte colony formation also may be present.[]

  • Naphthalene Poisoning

    Bone marrow revealed erythroid hyperplasia. No malarial parasite was seen in blood smear or bone marrow. Urine contained albumin, free haemo­globin and red blood cells.[]

  • Traumatic Hemolytic Anemia

    Bone marrow shows erythroid hyperplasia. Coombs test direct is negative which differentiate it from autoimmune hemolytic anemia.[] Parameters Hemolytic anemia Hb Decreased 6 to 10 G/dL Reticulocytes Increased 5 to 20% MCV Normal or mild increase MCHC Increased Bone marrow Erythroid hyperplasia Coombs[]

  • Polycythemia Vera

    Polycythemia vera is a rare chronic myeloproliferative disorder. An increase in red cell mass is the primary feature of polycythemia vera (PV). Bone marrow analysis, however, shows a proliferation of all three myeloid lines: erythrocytes, granulocytes and platelets. The onset of polycythemia vera is often insidious.[…][]

  • Amegakaryocytic Thrombocytopenia

    […] of Bone Marrow Reactive Hematopoietic Changes Erythroid hyperplasia Myeloid Hyperplasia Eosinophilia Increased Number of Megakaryocytes Bone Marrow Hypoplasia and Aplasia[] Bone Marrow Examination Bone Marrow Examination Histological evaluation of the trephine biopsy core Normal bone marrow Bone Marrow Cellularity Hematopoiesis Non-tumorous Lesions[]

  • Acquired Hemolytic Anemia

    Bone marrow smear erythroid hyperplasia 78 Diagnosis of hemolytic syndrome: 1. Anemia 2.[] The bone marrow usually shows erythroid hyperplasia.[]

  • Extramedullary Hematopoiesis

    The patient underwent a bone marrow biopsy which revealed hypercellular bone marrow with erythroid hyperplasia.[] Under some circumstances, this compensatory mechanism is adequate, and the only effect is a relative erythroid hyperplasia seen in the bone marrow.[] Bone marrow core biopsy was negative for metastatic disease.[]

  • Pyrimidine-5-Nucleotidase Deficiency

    marrow, marked erythroid hyperplasia; red cell half-life using SiCr, 18.6 days (normal is 26--30 days).[] marrow Erythroid hyperplasia DAT positive polyspecific antisera and with anti-C3d Cold agglutinin titer of 1000 or greater in saline at 4 degrees C.[] […] concentration, 10.3 g/100ml; packed cell volume, 30.0%; MCV 100.6 ps; reticulo- cyte count, 8.6%; serum total bilirubin, 5.9 rag/100 ml; indirect bilirubin, 4.8 rag/100 ml; bone[]

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