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21 Possible Causes for Hemoglobin Decreased, Monocyte Count Increased, Typhoid Fever

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  • Viral Hepatitis

    A typhoid patient presenting with fever and jaundice is reported. Investigations revealed that the patient had both typhoid fever and acute viral hepatitis A.[] We are reporting an unusual combination of Typhoid fever and viral hepatitis in a G6PD deficient individual.[] Jaundice is a rare clinical presentation in typhoid fever, therefore hepatitis A should be considered in typhoid fever and jaundice because both enterically transmitted disease[]

  • Plasmodium Falciparum Malaria

    High levels of inducible nitric oxide synthase mRNA are associated with increased monocyte counts in blood and have a beneficial role in Plasmodium falciparum malaria.[] fever and malaria. 3,4 There is much overlap between presentations of both P. falciparum malaria and Ebola virus disease.[] Patients with posttreatment hemolysis had a median decrease in hemoglobin level of 1.3 g/dL (interquartile range 0.3-2.0 g/dL) in the posttreatment period, and patients without[]

  • Malaria

    Malaria, dengue fever, and typhoid fever all tend to have somewhat similar symptoms at first and should not be self-diagnosed.[] Association between blood group A and decreased risk of severe malaria was significant.[] Other systemic febrile illnesses that are rare in the United States and Europe and are usually travel-associated include the following: Typhoid fever Meningococcal infection[]

  • Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever

    Rickettsia typhi Murine typhus Rickettsia prowazekii Epidemic typhus , Brill–Zinsser disease , Flying squirrel typhus Spotted fever Tick-borne Rickettsia rickettsii Rocky[] fever , Paratyphoid fever , Salmonellosis H2S Shigella dysenteriae / sonnei / flexneri / boydii Shigellosis , Bacillary dysentery Proteus mirabilis / Proteus vulgaris Yersinia[] […] syndrome Enterobacter aerogenes / Enterobacter cloacae Slow/weak Serratia marcescens Serratia infection Citrobacter koseri / Citrobacter freundii Lac H2S Salmonella enterica Typhoid[]

  • Infectious Mononucleosis

    Fever of unknown origin (FUO) in an elderly adult due to Epstein-Barr virus (EBV) presenting as "typhoidal mononucleosis," mimicking a lymphoma.[] Abdominal pain and decreasing hemoglobin are hallmark signs of splenic rupture.[] Less common complications Mononucleosis can also result in the following less common complications: Anemia — a decrease in red blood cells and in hemoglobin, an iron-rich[]

  • African Trypanosomiasis

    The white blood cell count was high, with abnormally high lymphocytes and monocytes, but a low neutrophil count.[] Typhoid fever and other enteric fevers. Other causes of lymphadenopathy, such as tuberculosis , cancer and other causes of acute confusional state (eg, meningitis ).[] CSF analysis showed an increase in the protein content, but normal levels of glucose. Analysis of CSF also revealed a few trypanosomes.[]

  • Autoimmune Hemolytic Anemia

    The following are some underlying causes of extrinsic hemolytic anemia: enlarged spleen hepatitis Epstein-Barr virus typhoid fever E. coli toxin leukemia lymphoma tumors lupus[] Laboratory data revealed progressive decrease in hemoglobin during her hospitalization due to pulmonary infection in 2016.[] Hemoglobin is decreased, but the degree of anemia depends on the compensatory capacity of the bone marrow.[]

  • Acute Bacterial Endocarditis

    They have also rarely been described in systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE), gonococcaemia ( gonorrhoea ), haemolytic anaemia and typhoid fever .[] : Absent in 3-15% of patients Anorexia Weight loss Influenza-like syndromes Polymyalgia-like syndromes Pleuritic pain Syndromes similar to rheumatic fever, such as fever,[] […] dulled sensorium (as in typhoid), headaches Abdominal symptoms, such as right upper quadrant pain, vomiting, postprandial distress, appendicitis-like symptoms See Clinical[]

  • Chronic Malaria

    In all types of malaria, the total white blood cell count is usually normal, but the numbers of lymphocytes and monocytes, two specific types of white blood cells, increase[] However in P. falciparum the timing of fevers tends to be less periodic.[] […] behavior, impairment of consciousness, seizures, coma, or other neurologic abnormalities Severe anemia due to hemolysis (destruction of the red blood cells) Hemoglobinuria (hemoglobin[]

  • Systemic Lupus Erythematosus

    These vaccines include: yellow fever live typhoid live oral poliomyelitis (polio). You should think about this when you're planning a holiday.[]

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