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4,178 Possible Causes for Fever, Severe Anemia

  • Aplastic Anemia

    OVERVIEW: What every practitioner needs to know about severe aplastic anemia Are you sure your patient has severe aplastic anemia?[] Anti-malarial treatment was initiated following which the fever subsided but, despite regular transfusions, the blood counts remained low.[] Herein we report a patient with celiac disease who was not strictly following a gluten-free diet and presented with progressive pallor, fever, and weakness of 1 month's duration[]

  • Leukemia

    People may need blood transfusions if leukemia has caused severe anemia. They may need antibiotics if infections develop.[] fever on day 29.[] Severe in 90% Severe in 90% Mild in about 50% Mild in 80% Platelets Low in 80% Low in 90% Low in 20 to 30% High in 60% Low in 10% Lymphadenopathy Common Occasional Common[]

  • Chronic Lymphocytic Leukemia

    Approximately 5-10% of CLL is complicated by autoimmune cytopenia (AIC), such as autoimmune hemolytic anemia (AIHA).[] The symptoms of this infection range from a silent infection to fever, enlargement of the liver and spleen, weight loss, and pancytopenia.[] The most common adverse events were hematologic toxicities occurring in 61 patients (52.1%): severe neutropenia, thrombocytopenia, and anemia were observed in 23 (19.7%),[]

  • Acute Myelocytic Leukemia

    anemia characteristic of HP failure, an expected feature of AML • Polychromasia: reduced, since anemia is result of bone marrow production failure • Other RBC pathology:[] A patient with acute nonlymphocytic leukemia developed progressive lung infiltrates and unremitting fevers during a profound neutropenic state.[] Acute leukemias affect immature cells; the disease develops rapidly, with symptoms including anemia, fever, bleeding, and swelling of the lymph nodes.[]

  • Malaria

    anemia, thrombocytopenia, and bleeding complications.[] Some researchers have suggested that fever reduction may prolong malaria illness.[] The animal presented with thrombocytopenia, severe anemia, and hyperparasitemia during the acute infection.[]

  • Paroxysmal Nocturnal Hemoglobinuria

    Some of the prominent symptoms of PNH include severe anemia, a condition resulting from having too few healthy red blood cells, severe abdominal pain, severe headaches, back[] Thromboses, as observed in our case, may be associated with fever and marked inflammation.[] About 20% of patients with severe aplastic anemia, another clonal hematopoietic disorder, have a detectable PNH clone.[]

  • Acute Leukemia

    Further complicating matters, many patients with undiagnosed acute leukemia will first present with life-threatening complications, including febrile neutropenia, severe anemia[] RESULTS: All 231 patients had a fever; of them, 12 patients continued to have a fever.[] ), fatigue, severe bleeding (hemorrhage), fever (pyrexia), nausea, headache, low levels of white blood cells with fever (febrile neutropenia), liver damage (transaminases[]

  • Precursor-Cell Lymphoblastic Leukemia

    Laboratory findings revealed severe hypercalcemia, anemia, and renal insufficiency with decreased serum parathyroid hormone.[] Fever is one of the most common symptoms of ALL, and patients with ALL often have fever without any other evidence of infection.[] CASE REPORT We report the case of a 58-year-old male patient who presented with severe chest pain, dyspnea, systemic symptoms, leukopenia, normocytic anemia, and severe lactic[]

  • Hereditary Spherocytosis

    In immunocompromised individuals, chronic infections can occur and cause a severe, persistent anemia.[] A 33-year-old woman with hereditary spherocytosis and gallstones was admitted because of rapid progress in marked anemia and fever.[] Individuals with the moderate/severe form have all the features of the moderate form but also have severe anemia.[]

  • Autoimmune Hemolytic Anemia

    When autoimmune hemolytic anemia is secondary to a paraneoplastic process, severe anemia can occur leading to significant morbidity and even mortality.[] A 7-month-old boy, presented with prolonged fever, erythematous rash, severe pallor and hepatosplenomegaly.[] Mixed warm and cold autoimmune hemolytic anemia runs a chronic course with severe intermittent exacerbations.[]

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