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828 Possible Causes for Hematocrit Decreased

  • Influenza

    Influenza is acommon infectious disease caused by the Influenza virus. Onset is sudden with fever, rhinorrhea, sore throat and headache. Severe myalgias coupled with respiratory tract symptoms are typical of influenza. Patients may also have red, watery eyes and cough. There can also be tachycardia and dyspnea[…][]

  • Tuberculosis

    Tuberculosis is a multisystemic disease commonly affecting the lungs. TB presents initially as flu-like symptoms. As the disease progresses, it manifests itself with chronic cough with blood-tinged sputum, fever and night sweats. Patients also complain of weight loss, malaise, retrosternal pain and weakness. There may[…][]

  • Congenital Hemolytic Anemia

    After partial splenectomy, children overall had decreased transfusion requirements, increased hematocrits, decreased bilirubin levels, decreased reticulocyte counts, and elimination[] Outcome variables included perioperative complications, transfusion requirements, hematocrits, reticulocyte counts, bilirubin levels, splenic sequestration, and splenic regrowth[]

  • Hereditary Elliptocytosis

    Post-splenectomy, patients with HE or HPP exhibit increased hematocrit, decreased reticulocyte counts, and improved clinical symptoms.[] Complete blood count (CBC): may show following findings Decreased hemoglobin (Hb) Decreased hematocrit (Hct) Normal mean corpuscular volume (MCV) Increased mean corpuscular[] Hematological values showed an increase in reticulocyte counts and mean corpuscular hemoglobin concentration, decreased mean corpuscular volume and hematocrit, and normal[]

  • Splenic Rupture

    Laboratory studies include a basic biochemical panel and a complete blood count (CBC), which will often show a decreased hematocrit.[] The laboratory analysis revealed a decrease in her hemoglobin from 13.8 g/dl to 9 g/dl and a significant drop in her hematocrit.[] A complete blood count revealing a decreased hematocrit and imaging studies, mainly ultrasonography and computed tomography, are used for confirmation, whereas history taking[]

  • Riboflavin Deficiency

    Laboratory studies reveal a decreased hematocrit. Mean corpuscular volume is within normal limits.[]

  • Pyruvate Kinase Deficiency

    […] density of mature erythrocytes, increased hematocrit, as well as decreased iron overload in kidney and liver and decreased serum iron.[] Hemoglobin measurement also shows a decrease to 6–12g/dL where normal ranges from 12–16.5g/dL.[] Char10C mice also display a reduction in anemia phenotypes associated with the PklrG338D mutation including decreased splenomegaly, decreased circulating reticulocytes, increased[]

  • Histoplasmosis

    IU/L, decreased albumin of 2.72 g/dL.[] Laboratory test results revealed pancytopenia with hemoglobin of 8.2 g/dL, leucocyte count 2000 cells/mm3, platelet 78000 cells/mm3, hematocrit 25.8%, AST 162 IU/L, ALT 81[]

  • Cold Agglutinin Disease

    The MCHC and MCH values will be increased due to decreased hematocrit and RBC count. Other causes of invalid red cell indices have to be ruled out.[] Complete blood count (CBC) showed falsely decreased RBC count and hematocrit and falsely elevated MCV and MCHC.[] The RBC count will be decreased due to doublet erythrocytes being counted as a single cell, thus resulting in a falsely high MCV. Hematocrit will also be lowered.[]

  • HELLP Syndrome

    […] normal: decreased serum haptoglobin levels may be present indicating HELLP) [2] Liver Enzymes: As high as 4,000 U per L [2] Platelets: As low as 6,000 per mm 3 ( anything[] Evidence of hemolysis is also reflected by a declining hematocrit or hemoglobin and decreased haptoglobin.[] The hematocrit may be decreased or normal and is typically the last of the three abnormalities to appear.[]

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