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2,130 Possible Causes for Hemolysis

  • Anemia

    Normocytic anemia may be caused by chronic disease, hemolysis, or bone marrow disorders.[] , the Coombs test (autoimmune hemolysis), tests of osmotic fragility (extravascular hemolysis), and tests to rule out hemolysis induced by drugs[ 39 ].[] While iron deficiency is the most common cause, vitamin B12 and folic acid deficiencies, along with the effects of pro-inflammatory cytokines, hemolysis, drug therapies, and[]

  • Heart Valve Disease

    Topics covered include: * rehabilitation * management of thrombosis * hemolysis * rheumatic fever * endocarditis * special considerations such as care of the patient undergoing[]

  • Zieve's Syndrome

    Lab studies revealed hemolysis as the cause of anemia. The patient was diagnosed with Zieve's syndrome and managed with supportive measures.[] Discussion The mechanism of hemolysis in Zieve's syndrome is not entirely understood, but alterations in red cell metabolism such as pyruvate kinase instability leave erythrocytes[] […] setting of alcoholic hepatitis, calculation of discriminant function may lead to misrepresentation of the level of liver injury (since much of the bilirubin may be from hemolysis[]

  • Paroxysmal Nocturnal Hemoglobinuria

    Here we have tested our eculizumab-treated PNH patients (n 12) for signs of hemolysis and assessed complement biomarkers.[] Antioxidants have been shown to reduce the oxidative stress and inhibit hemolysis as well as platelet activation mediated by activated C'.[] Biochemical Indicators of Hemolysis Figure 2. Figure 2.[]

  • Autoimmune Hemolytic Anemia

    Laboratory investigations were suggestive of intravascular hemolysis, and on immuno-hematological evaluation it was diagnosed that the patient had autoantibody with mimicking[] All patients had resolution or marked improvement of hemolysis after discontinuation of maintenance of CNI and initiation of sirolimus immunosuppression.[] Exposure to cold led to worsening of the patient's hemolysis and hemoglobinuria.[]

  • HELLP Syndrome

    After hemolysis, elevated liver enzymes, and low platelet count (HELLP) syndrome was diagnosed in a 35-year-old woman at 39 weeks' gestation, magnetic resonance imaging and[] The question of whether the HELLP syndrome exists as a distinct entity or is part of a spectrum of pregnancy complications, which have in common hemolysis, elevated liver[] HELLP (hemolysis, elevated liver enzymes, low platelets) syndrome is a severe manifestation of pre-eclampsia with significant morbidity and mortality for pregnant women and[]

  • Hereditary Spherocytosis

    However, all of these classical features are not always revealed in the case of mild hemolysis or when hemolysis is well compensated.[] Carriers of the HS trait with mild hemolysis may remain undiagnosed for years.[] LPS children had lower preoperative hemoglobin levels, indicating more severe hemolysis.[]

  • Thalassemia Minor

    The case of a 17-year-old Italian girl with thalassemia minor and fatal acute Wilson's disease together with severe hemolysis is reported. The fortuitous(?)[] On the other hand, hemolysis by glycerol lysis time (GLT50) is invariably prolonged in thalassemia. The reason for the prolongation of GLT50 is not well understood.[] […] of microcytic erythrocytes evident with increased LDH levels may be another factor. [6] Our patient had anemia and subtle hemolysis as evidenced by elevated LDH, which could[]

  • Cooley's Anemia

    Abstract The profound and life-threatening anemia in patients with Cooley's anemia is ascribed primarily to intramedullary hemolysis (ineffective erythropoiesis), the cause[] Patients with β-thalassemia major are prone to repeated attacks of intravascular hemolysis that requires repeated hospitalization and blood transfusions.[] These indicate excessive hemolysis and ineffective erythropoiesis.[]

  • Gilbert's Disease

    It is differentiated from hemolysis by the absence of anemia and reticulocytosis. Treatment is unnecessary.[] […] from mechanical heart valve replacement) chronic hemolysis can be warranted.[] Bilirubin is an orange-yellow bile pigment that is mainly a byproduct of the natural breakdown (degeneration) of red blood cells (hemolysis).[]

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