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197 Possible Causes for Hemoglobin Decreased, Splenic Rupture

  • Splenic Rupture

    Altered Level of Consciousness ) Consider at 24-48 hours if high grade Splenic Injury (Grade 3 or higher) Indications for surgical intervention Continued Hemoglobin decrease[] Aspiration of fresh blood from the peritoneum is another diagnostic indicator of splenic rupture.[] 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.[]

  • Splenic Subcapsular Hematoma

    Altered Level of Consciousness ) Consider at 24-48 hours if high grade Splenic Injury (Grade 3 or higher) Indications for surgical intervention Continued Hemoglobin decrease[] None of the 23 observed patients developed delayed splenic rupture.[] Splenic rupture without trauma is known as spontaneous splenic rupture.[]

  • Myelodysplasia

    […] is decreased.[] Splenomegaly may lead to splenic rupture and intraperitoneal haemorrhage.[] The amount of hemoglobin, the substance that carries oxygen in red blood cells, and a breakdown of the various types of white blood cells can also be checked with a CBC.[]

  • Acute Myelocytic Leukemia

    decreased, decreased appetite, oropharyngeal pain, and alopecia with AML are epistaxis, back pain, pain in extremity, erythema, ras h maculo-papular, diarrhea, constipation[] Rupture Splenic rupture, including fatal cases, can occur following the administration of NEUPOGEN Evaluate patients who report left upper abdominal or shoulder pain for[] : with nonmyeloid malignancies receiving myelosuppressive anti-cancer drugs are anemia, constipation, diarrhea, oral pain, vomiting, asthenia, malaise, edema peripheral, hemoglobin[]

  • Hemoperitoneum

    The main outcome - mean intraoperative hemoglobin decrease - was 1.5 - 1.2 g/dl in the laparoscopic and 1.9 ‚ -1.4 in the open approach (p 0.344).[] These cases often cause splenic rupture in very early course of their gestation thereby presenting with hemoperitoneum in emergencies.[] The usual indications for surgical interventions are unstable vital signs, a significant hemoglobin decrease or increasing hemoperitoneum on a follow up imaging study, and[]

  • Infectious Mononucleosis

    Abdominal pain and decreasing hemoglobin are hallmark signs of splenic rupture.[] Although usually a benign, self-limiting disease, it is associated with a small risk of splenic rupture, which can be life-threatening.[] 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[]

  • Paroxysmal Nocturnal Hemoglobinuria

    In conclusion, the results demonstrated the minor alleles of CR1 polymorphisms were lower in Chinese patients than in Caucasians, with a decrease in hemoglobin level.[] […] bleeding due to splenic rupture.[] Together, these results argue that the decline in hemoglobin A1c was due to decreased RBC survival secondary to PNH.[]

  • Babesiosis

    Other lab tests That can be valuable for diagnosing babesia include complete blood count (CBC) showing decreased hemoglobin and low platelets, elevated reticulocyte count[] Spontaneous splenic rupture is a life-threatening complication of some viral and protozoan infections.[] They can range from mild anemia, to severe pancytopenia, splenic rupture, disseminated intravascular coagulopathy (DIC), or even hemophagocytic lymphohistiocytosis (HLH).[]

  • Hypersplenism

    […] and decreased transfusion requirement.[] […] hyperplasia, hyperthyroidism, wandering spleen splenic rupture splenic volvulus haemorrhagic and infectious complications due to the pancytopenia Treatment and prognosis[] […] blood hemoglobin concentration, 25 although some studies do not demonstrate hemodilution. 26 Iron deficiency associated with chronic blood loss, folic acid and vitamin B[]

  • Hemophilia

    The difference in the postoperative hemoglobin drop was significant between two groups with a lower decrease in the CI group (p 0.002).[] Splenic rupture in neonates is a rare event, usually occurring in the setting of underlying predisposing conditions.[] Perioperative clinical parameters including postoperative hemoglobin drop, drained blood volume, transfusion rate, total consumption of FVIII, and perioperative complications[]

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