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219 Possible Causes for Erythrocytosis, Somnolence

  • Myeloproliferative Disease

    […] transfusion requirements) in 29% of patients with moderate or severe anemia. 37 However, a large number of patients stopped the drug secondary to side effects (neuropathy, somnolence[] 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.[] Our data seem to indicate that both thrombocytosis and erythrocytosis resembled primary forms in these subjects; however, none of them suffered serious thrombotic and/or hemorrhagic[]

  • Polycythemia Vera

    A total of 31 (79.5%) patients experienced momelotinib-related adverse events (AEs), the most frequent being headache (23.1%), dizziness (18.0%), somnolence (15.4%), nausea[] Unexpectedly, the symptom of erythrocytosis disappeared after the surgery.[] ERYTHROCYTOSIS AND POLYCYTHEMIA VERA 1. In patients with erythrocytosis, which of the following is not characteristic of polycythemia vera?[]

  • Secondary Polycythemia

    Cough or dyspnea point to a respiratory or cardiac cause; insomnia, snoring and daytime somnolence suggest sleep apnea.[] Out of these 53 patients, 28 (53%) patients had PV and 25 (47%) patients had secondary erythrocytosis.[] As soon as they return to bed, however, they will go to sleep again and display the characteristic somnolent cyanosis.[]

  • Thrombocytopenia

    […] thrombocytopenia and a relatively low risk for a serious bleeding complication Findings suggestive of intracranial hemorrhage include the following: Headache, blurred vision, somnolence[] The CBC can tell us whether other blood disorders may be present, such as, anemia (low red cell count or hemoglobin ), erythrocytosis ( high red blood cell count or hemoglobin[]

  • Hypoxia

    Subjective symptoms may include fatigue, lassitude (state of exhaustion), somnolence (drowsiness, sleepiness), dizziness, headache, breathlessness, and euphoria.[] These findings suggest that erythrocytosis was caused by renal ischemia due to leukemic infiltration.[] Such history may include (but should not be limited to) habitual snoring with gasping, daytime somnolence, and presence of tonsillar and adenoidal hypertrophy on examination[]

  • Obstructive Sleep Apnea

    Neither patient exhibited daytime somnolence, although both were subsequently found to have severe obstructive sleep apnea.[] A 55-year-old woman who presented to the sleep clinic with severe sleep apnea (OSA) (apnea-hypopnea index [AHI] 62) and excessive somnolence (Epworth Sleepiness Scale score[] Our patient was screened with full polysomnography because of heavy snoring, daytime somnolence and obesity. It revealed severe obstructive sleep apnea syndrome.[]

  • Stroke

    Cocaine-induced erythrocytosis and increase in von Willebrand factor: evidence for drug-related blood doping and prothrombotic effects.[]

  • Obesity Hypoventilation Syndrome

    […] that is diagnosed when all of the following criteria are satisfied: body-mass index 30 kg/m(2); apnea hypopnea index 30; PaCO2 45 mm Hg (in the daytime); and marked daytime somnolence[] […] sounds Low voltage QRS complexes Diagnosis : Alveolar hypoventilation during wakefullness Chronic hypercapnic, hypoxic respiratory failure Respiratory acidosis Secondary erythrocytosis[] Medical Clinics of North America 84 (March2000). pick·wick·i·an syn·drome a combination of severe, grotesque obesity, somnolence, and general debility, theoretically resulting[]

  • Ayerza Syndrome

    […] also Disorder, psychosomatic) 306.9 disorder 300.81 Somatoform disorder 300.82 atypical 300.82 severe 300.81 undifferentiated 300.82 Somnambulism 307.46 hysterical 300.13 Somnolence[] Chronic relative polycythemia or erythrocytosis has been variously called Gaisbock syndrome, stress erythrocytosis, benign polycythemia or erythrocytosis, benign erythrocytosis[] If negative -- evaluate for secondary erythrocytosis. Without PV related features -- evaluated for secondary erythrocytosis. If positive -- secondary erythrocytosis.[]

  • Drug-induced Hypoglycemia

    […] profuse perspiration; these are caused by sympathetic stimulation (starting in patients with blood glucose levels of approximately 3.3 mmol/L [60 mg/dL]). 3) Confusion, somnolence[] Finally, remember to consider pseudohypoglycemia — leukocytosis, thrombocytosis, or erythrocytosis can cause excess consumption of glucose in the collection vial while the[] .  They include behavioral changes, confusion, fatigue, loss of consciousness, cognitive impairment, somnolence, dizziness, slurred speech .  If these signs and symptoms[]

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