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222 Possible Causes for Haptoglobin Decreased, No Liver Disease

  • Liver Failure

    There are many causes of liver disease; the most common are infections with viruses and alcohol.[] […] of the liver Fatty liver disease Galactosemia Gallstones Gilbert's syndrome Hemochromatosis Liver cancer Liver disease in pregnancy Neonatal hepatitis Primary biliary cirrhosis[] Am J Clin Nutr 47:235, 1988 Editorial-Towards prevention of alcoholic liver disease. Lancet 2:353, 1978 Takada, A.[]

  • Wilson Disease

    The liver in Wilson disease may demonstrate a wide range of damage patterns.[] Current therapy is based on copper chelation, which decreases the manifestations of liver disease, but often worsens neurological symptoms.[] Indications for LT in patients with WD include acute liver failure or end-stage liver disease not treatable by medical therapy.[]

  • Chronic Active Hepatitis B

    The delta agent consists of particles of RNA nucleoprotein and is probably a defective virus present only in the livers of patients with B-viral acute or chronic liver disease[] The case of a 52-year-old male with chronic active type B hepatitis in whom severe exacerbation of liver disease was associated with interferon alpha treatment is described[] This suggests that the role of HCV is probably important as the cause of persistent liver disease. 4) The detection of HBV-DNA by dot-blot and HCV-RNA by PCR could help to[]

  • Autoimmune Hemolytic Anemia

    , and haptoglobin decreased to less than 8 mg/dL.[] disease, in patients with GCH-AHA.[] Haptoglobin: -Decreased with intravascular hemolysis. Urine analysis: -When hemolysis has been acute and brisk the patient may have hemoglobinuria.[]

  • Disseminated Intravascular Coagulation

    Thrombotic complications of DIC occur more often with chronic underlying diseases; the coexistence of liver disease enhances the severity of DIC.[] Tabs Content Clinical Overview Diagnosis Indications for Testing Severe disease including sepsis, obstetrical disease, malignancy, liver disease, AND bleeding or microthrombi[] disease.[]

  • Pyruvate Kinase Deficiency

    PAGE BREAK Patients who achieved at least 1 g/dL increase in hemoglobin also demonstrated an increase in haptoglobin and decrease in lactate dehydrogenase in the first weeks[] Until now, severe neonatal PK deficiency has not been associated with fatal liver disease at this age.[] […] levels of haptoglobin.[]

  • Eptifibatide

    haptoglobin, elevated plasma free hemoglobin, LVAD dysfunction, or new, persistently high LVAD power.[] It enables you to assess liver function and covers the principles of drug use in liver disease.[] disease Adverse Effects: bleeding (major bleeding in 5-11% of patients including intracranial, gastrointestinal, genitourinary or arterial puncture site) thrombocytopenia[]

  • Hereditary Spherocytosis

    Routine chemistry testing  Bilirubin: Increased  Indirect bilirubin  Urine urobilinogen: increased  Methaemalbumin: Increased  LDH: Increased  Haptoglobin: Decreased[] Liver disease. Clostridial septicaemia . Heinz body anaemia. Zinc toxicity . Severe hypophosphataemia . Hypersplenism . ABO incompatibility (neonates).[] disease.[]

  • Massive Hepatic Necrosis

    Neonatal hemochromatosis (NH) is an uncommon disorder clinicopathologically defined by severe liver disease of intrauterine onset associated with extrahepatic siderosis that[] Hepatic necrosis after ethanol ablation for hepatocellular carcinoma (HCC), although rare, is well known and described, particularly in patients with chronic liver disease[] This article deals with medical liver disease . An introduction to the liver and approach is found in the liver article.[]

  • Third Trimester Pregnancy

    It occurs most frequently between 34 and 37 weeks of pregnancy according to Sleisenger and Fordtran's Gastrointestinal and Liver Disease (page 634 to 636) .[] A genetic deficiency in an enzyme that breaks down fatty acids in your liver and your baby's liver causes AFLP.[] Acute Fatty Liver of Pregnancy Acute fatty liver of pregnancy (AFLP), caused by accumulation of fatty acids in the liver, occurs in less than one percent of pregnancy.[]

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