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114 Possible Causes for Erythrocytosis, Iron Decreased, Pleural Effusion

  • Metastatic Renal Cell Carcinoma

    Tumor cells may produce erythropoietin and provoke erythrocytosis.[] […] abdominal mass; [9] malaise, which is a general feeling of unwellness; [9] weight loss and/or loss of appetite; [10] anaemia resulting from depression of erythropoietin ; [8] erythrocytosis[]

  • Myeloproliferative Disease

    […] numbers of cells. lack of iron making RBC formation difficult spread of other diseases to the bone marrow Diseases of the different cell types Cell types and functions: White[] Pleural or pleuropericardial effusion Specific pleural effusion Cases of specific pleural effusion have been reported in myeloproliferative syndrome and, in particular, in[] These data suggest that erythrocytosis and granulocytosis in JAK2(V617F) mice are the net result of a complex interplay between cell intrinsic and extrinsic factors.[]

  • Renal Cell Carcinoma

    The blood tests showed the biological signs of malabsorption with profound hypoalbuminemia (15.5 g/L, N 37), decreased serum level of iron (0.52 mg/L, N 7.5) and folic acid[] The chest radiography showed a significant pleural effusion to the right and multiple pulmonary nodules.[] In a manner analogous to stabilization of HIF via decreased hydroxylation, hypoxia was shown to suppress JARID1A (KDM5A) activity, resulting in increased H3K4me3 levels ([]

  • Nephrotic Syndrome

    Hepcidin regulates systemic iron homeostasis by causing the internalization and degradation of ferroportin, resulting in decreased iron absorption in the small intestine,[] Chest radiography and computed tomography scans revealed right pleural effusion and a mass in the right middle lung field, which were confirmed by a percutaneous lung biopsy[] Severe with gross limb oedema, ascites and pleural effusions.[]

  • Polycythemia Vera

    Polycythemia Vera Laboratory findings Elevated Hct – often 60% Increased WBCs and platelets Serum EPO levels are low Decreased iron stores (Ferritin) Increased Vitamin B12[] Now, actually, if you start digging into it a little bit more, you do start to see some end organ damage like renal impairment, pleural effusions, and complications for patients[] ERYTHROCYTOSIS AND POLYCYTHEMIA VERA 1. In patients with erythrocytosis, which of the following is not characteristic of polycythemia vera?[]

  • Primary Myelofibrosis

    […] numbers of cells. lack of iron making RBC formation difficult spread of other diseases to the bone marrow Diseases of the different cell types Cell types and functions: White[] The condition may result in spinal cord compression, focal seizures, symptoms related to brain tumours, ascites, haematuria, pericardial effusion, pleural effusion, haemoptysis[] The laboratory findings showed leuko-and erythrocytosis, increased levels of urea-BUN (32 mmol/l) and creatinine (766 mmol/l) as well as uric acid (920 mmol/l).[]

  • Microangiopathic Hemolytic Anemia

    […] number of erythrocytes. hypochromic microcytic anemia any anemia with microcytes that are hypochromic (reduced in size and in hemoglobin content); the most common type is iron[] The chest roentgenogram showed a coin-lesion of the right lung and left pleural effusion.[] While hemolysis can be a lifelong asymptomatic condition, it most often presents as anemia when erythrocytosis cannot match the pace of red cell destruction.[]

  • Eisenmenger Syndrome

    It is multifactorial, probably due to increased iron requirement, decreased absorption, bleeding, etc.[] Small pericardial/left pleural effusion and no pulmonary embolism were noted (Figure.3). Figure 1.[] When bunazosin was stopped, the erythrocytosis increased, but when it was resumed, the erythrocytosis and general fatigue diminished.[]

  • Restrictive Lung Disease

    Ironically, the most powerful evidence in support of this trend is circumstantial and negative.[] The former is more common and the corresponding pathomechanisms can be identified in cases of PF, pleural effusion and pleural fibrosis, as well as in thoracic malformations[] […] infiltrative lung disease Diffuse parenchymal lung disease Diffuse pulmonary calcinosis Discoloration of lung Disorder of lung Disorder of pleura Environmental lung disease Erythrocytosis[]

  • Cyanotic Congenital Heart Disease

    Nevertheless, O 2 sat value increased from 71.7 to 75% and complaints such as headache, visual blurriness, having frequent sinusitis decreased.[] […] and dullness to percussion at the bases (pleural effusion), along with basal rales/crackles (pulmonary edema) Please note that an approach to murmurs is available on[] Secondary erythrocytosis of cyanotic congenital heart disease (CCHD) is pathologically different from primary erythrocytosis of polycythemia vera (PV).[]

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