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273 Possible Causes for Erythrocytosis, Leukocytes Increased

  • Myeloproliferative Disease

    A myeloproliferative disorder manifested by thrombocytosis, a high leukocyte alkaline phosphatase (LAP) score and an increased red blood cell mass was found in a 64-yr-old[] 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.[] Main feature: gradual increase in leukocyte count See too many neutrophils at various stages of maturation, granulocytosis with all granulocytic precursors, and there is characteristic[]

  • Polycythemia Vera

    The most common findings are increased red cell mass and an increased leukocyte count with decreased erythropoietin.[] Unexpectedly, the symptom of erythrocytosis disappeared after the surgery.[] leukocyte count could predict poor survival.[]

  • Secondary Polycythemia

    In polycythemia vera there is usually an increase in other blood elements as well; for example, the number of red cells and often also the numbers of white blood cells (leukocytes[] Out of these 53 patients, 28 (53%) patients had PV and 25 (47%) patients had secondary erythrocytosis.[] […] red blood cells in the body, without any implication regarding leukocytes or platelets.[]

  • Primary Myelofibrosis

    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).[] […] blood counts with immature granulocytes and atypical platelets Later cytopenias develop, more dysplastic cells, teardrop elliptocytes / dacrocytes Leukocyte (neutrophil)[] Scott LM, Tong W, Levine RL et al (2007) JAK2 exon 12 mutations in polycythemia vera and idiopathic erythrocytosis.[]

  • Renal Cell Carcinoma

    In addition, the following may be found: fever, weight loss, anemia, varicocele, and paraneoplastic syndromes (5%) characterized by erythrocytosis, hypercalcemia, liver dysfunction[] […] also activates neutrophils, monocytes, macrophages, and dendritic cells and promotes antigen presentation, upregulates antibody-dependent cellular cytotoxicity (ADCC), and increases[] […] micro- or macroscopic hematuria occurs in 60% of patients Complete blood count (CBC) - patients may have anemia of chronic inflammation (normo- or microcytic), some have erythrocytosis[]

  • Palmar Abscess

    […] erythremia【赤血病】 *erythroblastosis【赤芽球症】 *erythroblastosis fetalis【胎児性赤芽球症 胎児性赤芽細胞症】[L][略 EBF]( hemolytic disease of the newborn) *erythrocytopenia【赤血球減少(症)】(erythropenia) *erythrocytosis[]

  • Renal Infarction

    High leukocyte counts were recorded in 68 patients (72.3% of cases). Increase in CRP levels was found in 73 patients (77.6%).[] Halperin American Journal of Hematology (2009) Posttransplant erythrocytosis Demetrios V. Vlahakos, Katerina P. Marathias, Basil Agroyannis & Nicolaos E.[] Chagnac A, Zevin D, Weinstein T, Gafter U, Korzets A, et al. (1990) Erythrocytosis associated with renal artery thrombosis in a patient with polycystic kidney disease on hemodialysis[]

  • Acute Myelocytic Leukemia

    […] had a history of erythropoietin therapy, known mostly in retrospect, thereby calling the diagnosis of AEL into question.36 Prior chemotherapy also can result in a rebound erythrocytosis[] […] which are unable to fight off infections - Increased metabolic rate with weakness, pallor, and weight loss- Caused by increased leukocyte production which require increased[] It is accompanied by a reduced number of erythrocytes and blood platelets, resulting in anemia and increased susceptibility to infection and hemorrhage.[]

  • Acute Infectious Lymphocytosis

    “If it’s normal or increased EPO, then you’re dealing with an acquired erythrocytosis.” Primary erythrocytosis is, typically, polycythemia vera.[] Although all or individual types of leukocytes (neutrophils, lymphocytes, etc.) may be increased in number, we will concentrate on the most common: 1) neutrophilia (granulocytosis[] An elevated total leukocyte count is usually due to an increase in circulating mature and immature neutrophils.[]

  • Sickle Cell Disease

    Therefore, elevated PlGF levels may contribute to recruitment and activation of leukocytes.[] A two -globin gene deletion produces hypochromia and microcytosis with a normal or mildly decreased Hb concentration and, frequently, an erythrocytosis.[] In addition, under inflammatory conditions, increased leukocyte recruitment in combination with adhesion of sickle RBCs may further contribute to stasis.[]

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