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12 Possible Causes for Hematocrit Decreased, Splenic Metastasis, Wasting Syndrome

  • Adenocarcinoma of the Prostate

    Weight loss, cachexia. Signs Advanced disease: general malaise, bone pain, anorexia, weight loss, obstructive nephropathy, paralysis due to cord compression.[] Findings in patients with advanced disease may include the following: Cancer cachexia Bony tenderness Lower-extremity lymphedema or deep venous thrombosis Adenopathy Overdistended[]

  • Carcinoma of the Prostate

    Splenic metastasis. Prostate carcinomas usually occur after the age of 50, with a higher incidence after the age of 70 1.[] Clinical examination should be thoroughly performed and may reveal cachexia, adenopathy, or an overdistended bladder.[] […] marked by hypophosphataemia, renal phosphate wasting, bone pain, weakness, and fractures.[]

  • Adenocarcinoma of the Colon

    During an examination, he was sick-looking and wasted and had a body mass index of 20.[] During the autopsy, a general examination revealed severe cachexia and marked abdominal distension.[] He had no lymphadenopathy or stigmata of liver disease, human immunodeficiency virus/acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (HIV/AIDS), lymphoma, or any mucocutaneous abnormalities[]

  • Splenic Rupture

    Laboratory studies include a basic biochemical panel and a complete blood count (CBC), which will often show a decreased hematocrit.[] CT imaging revealed marked gastric thickening and a 33 33 mm splenic metastasis, with subsequent gastroscopy demonstrating a large lesion at the gastro-oesophageal junction[] There may also be features of disseminated systemic disease, such as cachexia and haematological abnormalities as a result of hypersplenism, particularly where there is diffuse[]

  • Cecal Adenocarcinoma

    ., Hemoperitonitis revealing an isolated splenic metastasis secondarily attributed to a caecal adenocarcinoma, Rev. Med.[] Patients with right-side colon adenocarcinoma usually present with cachexia, weight loss, anemia, and positive fecal occult blood unlike those with left-sided colon cancers[] Metastasis. 38 Lucke-Wold B...Cassim R 28579648 2017 9 Primary Pulmonary Lymphoma and Synchronous Cecal Adenocarcinoma: A Rare Occurrence. 38 Saqib A...Maroun R 28133582[]

  • Glucagonoma

    Our current case underwent lymph node dissection, during which eight splenic hilar lymph nodes were detected and three were found to be with tumor metastasis.[] Tabs Content Clinical Overview Diagnosis Indications for Testing Pancreatic tumor Clinical symptoms of glucose intolerance, hyperglycemia, weight loss and cachexia, and migratory[] A needle biopsy from a liver metastasis showed neuroendocrine differentiation.[]

  • Islet Cell Tumor

    […] tumors, Castleman disease, gastrointestinal stromal tumor, splenic artery aneurysm and accessory spleen were selected in this pictorial review for differential diagnosis[] […] that spread serpiginously and then reveal central points of healing. [44] Hyperglucagonemia in patients with glucagonomas results in glucose intolerance (ie, diabetes) and cachexia[] Those causes were mainly liver metastases with progressive anorexia and cachexia (67%) or secondary endocrine tumors consequent to MEN-1 syndrome.[]

  • Malignant Gastric Neoplasm

    […] outlines (normal serpiginous pattern of the large and small bowel and physiologic hepatic and splenic uptake) (,, Fig 12b ) (, 43,, 44 ); and (b) discrete foci of uptake[] Dietary iron depletion results in decreased hepatic iron, serum ferritin, hemoglobin, hematocrit, and gastric iron.[] […] stomach from esophageal varices or at the anastomosis after surgery Intrahepatic jaundice caused by hepatomegaly Extrahepatic jaundice Inanition resulting from starvation or cachexia[]

  • Visceral Leishmaniasis

    […] cells at sites of chronic infection or tumor metastasis has been observed ( 27 – 29 ).[] We present a case of a 12-year-old girl with a history of recurrent fever, anorexia, cachexia, chronic fatigue, weight loss, left palpebral unilateral edema, persistent cough[] Death can result directly from the disease through organ failure or wasting syndromes. It may also occur due to secondary bacterial infection, such as pneumonia.[]

  • Splenic Vein Thrombosis

    […] process produced by the splenic metastasis.[] Not only thrombocytosis but the raising in hematocrit and decreasing in bilirubin levels are implicated in increased risk of thrombosis post- splenectomy in those with hemolytic[] Nephrotic syndrome usually is caused by damage to the small blood vessels in the kidneys that filter waste and excess water from the blood.[]

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