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1,491 Possible Causes for Hyperreflectivity of Ganglion Cell Layer, Megaloblastic Anemia

  • Vitamin B12 Deficiency

    Megaloblastic anemias are a subgroup of macrocytic anemias, in which distinctive morphologic abnormalities occur in red cell precursors in bone marrow, namely megaloblastic[] Deficiency of vitamin B12 causes megaloblastic anemia and nervous system demyelination.[] anemia and pancytopenia.[]

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  • Homocystinuria

    His anemia improved on oral pyridoxine and folic acid therapy. Homocystinuria should be remembered as a cause of megaloblastic anemia.[] In patients with progressive maculopathy in cb1C disease, there is thinning and loss of the ganglion cell layer, outer nuclear layer, and photoreceptor layer on OCT [10 ,11[] Classically, megaloblastic anemia has been known to be associated with homocystinuria type-II. [1] Not many cases of megaloblastic anemia have been seen with homocystinuria[]

  • Gastritis

    (pernicious) anemia, autoimmune disorders, and chronic bile reflux.[] Diagnosis of autoimmune hemolytic anemia with pancytopenia secondary to splenic sequestration was made.[] ); infection with bacteria such as E. coli, Salmonella, or Helicobacter pylori; major surgery; traumatic injury or burns; severe infection; and certain diseases, such as megaloblastic[]

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  • Anemia

    The wide spectrum and unresolved issues of megaloblastic anemia. Semin Hematol. 1999;36:3-18. FROM THE INTERNET Schick P. Davis TH. Megaloblastic Anemia.[] Finally, a number of causes have been identified for normocytic anemia without reticulocytosis, including normocytic megaloblastic anemia and the acquired immunodeficiency[] […] responsive megaloblastic anemia syndrome and nonsyndromic sideroblastic anemias comprising x-linked and autosomal recessive sideroblastic anemias (see these terms).[]

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  • Megaloblastic Anaemia in Pregnancy

    How can Megaloblastic Anemia be Prevented?[] The clinical and laboratory data collected suggest the division of megaloblastic anemia cf pregnancy into two types: pure megaloblastic anemia of pregancy, and megaloblastic[] Megaloblastic Anemia Symptoms Most cases of megaloblastic anemia gradually develop.[]

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  • Inadequate Dietary Intake of Folic Acid

    Lack of folic acid leads to a type of blood disorder called megaloblastic anemia . There are many types of anemia ]] .[] Stimulates production of RBCs, WBCs, and platelets in patients with megaloblastic anemias.[] Folic acid is involved in the synthesis of amino acids and DNA; its deficiency causes megaloblastic anemia.[]

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  • Hereditary Spherocytosis

    Anemias in which the MCV is elevated include megaloblastic anemia and a few other types of anemias including alcohol-related anemia.[] HS patients are also at risk for complications such as hemolytic and aplastic crises, megaloblastic anemia , and gallstone formation.[] Elliptocytosis may be prominent in other disorders including iron deficiency, leukemia, megaloblastic anemia, myelofibrosis, sickle cell disease, thalassemia, and polycythemia[]

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  • Folic Acid Deficiency

    Abstract Cell-mediated immunity has been studied in patients with 1) megaloblastic anemia of folic acid deficiency, 2)megaloblastic anemia of pregnancy, or 3) iron-deficiency[] A 34-year-old woman developed megaloblastic anemia and peripheral polyneuropathy following the use of oral contraceptives for 4 years.[] anemia, but in most infants megaloblastic anemia developed after a series of infections, even though the intake of ascorbic acid was unquestionably adequate.[]

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  • Megaloblastic Anemia

    Not all patients with megaloblastic anemia are symptomatic.[] […] syndrome Imerslund-Grasbeck syndrome MGA1 Norwegian type RH-MGA1 recessive hereditary megaloblastic anemia 1 IGS megaloblastic anaemia edit English megaloblastic anemia macrocytic[] The treatment of megaloblastic anemia depends on the cause. Drug-induced megaloblastic anemia is treated by discontinuation of the offending agent.[]

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  • Folate-Deficiency Anemia

    These data suggest that folate deficiency was the cause of the megaloblastic anemia observed in these patients.[] You get Macrocytic/Megaloblastic Anemia with Hypersegmented Neutrophils and increased Homocysteine levels.[] […] deficiency Anemia, megaloblastic, folate deficiency Dietary folate deficiency anemia Drug induced folate deficiency anemia Folate deficiency anemia, drug-induced Megaloblastic[]

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