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65 Possible Causes for Bone Marrow with Increased Iron Stores, Vitamin B12 Deficiency

  • Pernicious Anemia

    BACKGROUND: Vitamin B12 deficiency may result in pernicious anemia (PA). This study evaluated whether all the patients with vitamin B12 deficiency had PA.[] What is vitamin B12 deficiency anemia?[] Diagnosis of vitamin B12 deficiency is typically based on measurement of serum vitamin B12 levels; however, about 50 percent of patients with subclinical disease have normal[]

  • Megaloblastic Anemia

    Catabolism of hemoglobin by the reticuloendothelial cells of the marrow and liver accounts for the increased iron stores and the bilirubinemias [7].[] METHODS AND RESULTS: This patient was found to have megaloblastic anemia due to acquired folic acid and vitamin B12 deficiencies.[] The prevalence of vitamin B12 deficiency was totally 20.9%.[]

  • Crohn's Disease

    Iron, folate and vitamin B12 deficiency. Gallstones and renal stones (usually oxalate) especially when there has been a previous right hemicolectomy.[] vitamin B12 absorption.[] A complete blood count may reveal anemia, which commonly is caused by blood loss leading to iron deficiency or by vitamin B12 deficiency, usually caused by ileal disease impairing[]

  • Folate-Deficiency Anemia

    B12 deficiency anemia due to selective vitamin B12 malabsorption with proteinuria D51.2 Transcobalamin II deficiency D51.3 Other dietary vitamin B12 deficiency anemia D51.8[] Pantothenic acid deficiency Vitamin B12 deficiency Type 1 Excludes folate deficiency anemia ( D52.- ) vitamin B12 deficiency anemia ( D51.- ) E53.8 ) Codes D52 Folate deficiency[] […] a hypercellular bone marrow with a megaloblastic maturation of cells, which morphologically resembles changes of vitamin B12 deficiency Cytology description Images hosted[]

  • Ferrous Gluconate

    Folic acid may falsely improve certain laboratory tests for vitamin B12 deficiency without actually treating this anemia.[] Folic acid may falsely improve certain laboratory tests for vitamin B12 deficiency without actually treating this anemia .[] If a vitamin B12 deficiency is not detected and treated at this stage there could be severe damage to the brain, nerves and spinal cord due to vitamin B12 deficiency.[]

  • Anemia of Infection

    Helicobacter pylori, a causative agent of vitamin B12 deficiency. Journal of Infectious in Developing Countries. 2(5): 346-349, 2008.[] Other factors that can lead to vitamin B12 or folate deficiency anemia are described below: Other Causes of Vitamin B12 Deficiency Pernicious anemia – Some individuals do[] Both vitamin B12 deficiency and folate deficiency are more common in older people, affecting around 1 in 10 people above the age of 75.[]

  • Idiopathic Refractory Anemia

    increased iron stores, ringed sideroblasts 15% of marrow erythroblasts, identify with iron stain on marrow smear, has nucleus completely or partially (at least one third[] B12 malabsorption with proteinuria D512Transcobalamin II deficiency D513Other dietary vitamin B12 deficiency anemia D518Other vitamin B12 deficiency anemias D519Vitamin B12[] Cytopenias secondary to autoimmune disorders, vitamin B12 and/or folate deficiencies, idiopathic aplastic anemia, paroxysmal noctural hemoglobinuria, copper deficiency, zinc[]

  • Inflammatory Bowel Disease

    Malabsorption may result from extensive ileal resection and cause deficiencies of fat-soluble vitamins, vitamin B12, or minerals, resulting in anemia, hypocalcemia, hypomagnesemia[] To avoid deficiencies, supplemental vitamins and minerals often are prescribed as is a well-balanced diet.[] B12), a section of bowel that is frequently diseased or removed in patients with Crohn's disease.[]

  • Aplastic Anemia

    Some of these include: Vitamin B12 level —blood level may be low when deficient in B12 Folic acid level —blood level may be low if deficient in this B vitamin Methylmalonic[] B12 and folate levels: vitamin deficiency Blood tests for paroxysmal nocturnal hemoglobinuria Test for antibodies: immune competency Treating immune-mediated aplastic anemia[] For more on this, see the article on Vitamin B12 and Folate Deficiency.[]

  • Acquired Sideroblastic Anemia

    It is characterized by 15% or more ringed sideroblasts in the bone marrow, 1 increased bone marrow iron stores 2 and less than 5% blasts in the bone marrow or less than 1%[] ) Thiamine Deficiency Vitamin A Deficiency Vitamin B6 Deficiency Vitamin B12 Deficiency Vitamin C Deficiency Vitamin E Deficiency Zinc Deficiency (see Zinc, [[Zinc]]) Pluripotent[] […] on bone marrow examination.[]

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