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1,079 Possible Causes for Leukopenia, Viral Hepatitis

  • Influenza

    Influenza infection increases the risk of ischemic stroke. Here, we represent a case of a 32year-old female who presented with acutely developed altered mental status after influenza A infection. The clinical manifestation and initial lesion on brain DWI mimicked top of basilar syndrome, but without an arterial[…][]

  • Infectious Mononucleosis

    Leukopenia and thrombocytopenia are not uncommon.[] These include leukemia, Burkitt' lymphoma, pancreatic carcinoma, viral hepatitis, cytomegalovirus infections, and others.[] LFTs: mild elevation of the serum transaminases (higher increases in serum transaminase levels suggest viral hepatitis).[]

  • Typhus

    Some of the common abnormalities noted include proteinuria, leukopenia, thrombocytopenia, higher levels of transaminase, and hypoalbuminemia.[] Thus, scrub typhus hepatitis differs from acute viral hepatitis secondary to liver damage due to host immune responses, which causes severe lobular disarray with diffuse hepatocytic[] This case suggests that scrub typhus hepatitis causes mild focal inflammation due to direct liver damage without causing piecemeal necrosis or interface hepatitis.[]

  • Malaria

    Anemia, Leukopenia, and thrombocytopenia are commonly observed hematological abnormalities in malaria and typhoid patients.[] In both cases, misunderstanding of initial clinical symptoms as due to viral hepatitis resulted in progression to severe malaria before malaria treatment was initiated.[] Laboratory tests showed anaemia (haemoglobin 11.4 g/dl), severe thrombocytopaenia (platelets 30 10(9)/mm(3)), leukopenia (3650/mm(3)), lymphocytopenia (650/mm(3)).[]

  • Yellow Fever

    These include: Complete blood count: The findings in a complete blood count for patients with yellow fever include leukopenia, thrombocytopenia, increased hemoglobin and hematocrit[] Viral loads and genotypes were determined for HBV and HVD. Viral hepatitis serological markers were diagnosed in 218 (43.7%) patients.[] High fevers associated with bradycardia, leukopenia, and transaminase elevations may provide a clue to the diagnosis, and patients will be viremic during this period.[]

  • Hepatitis B

    Peripheral blood counts may show mild leukopenia, with or without relative lymphocytosis.[] Viral Hepatitis Featured Topics Hepatitis C in the African American Community Liver Cancer and Viral Hepatitis Viral Hepatitis and Gay and Bisexual Men Viral Hepatitis and[] Centers for Disease Control and Prevention: Viral Hepatitis Information on all types of viral hepatitis from the CDC's National Center for Infectious Diseases.[]

  • Dengue Fever

    He initially exhibited symptoms of leukopenia, thrombocytopenia and concomitant rhabdomyolysis and after admission simultaneously developed a biphasic fever and systemic erythema[] Laboratory tests showed a mild hepatic cytolysis and thrombocytopenia, mimicking malaria or viral hepatitis.[] Dengue fever was diagnosed by detecting dengue virus type 1 genome and antibody to the virus accompanied by thrombocytopenia and leukopenia.[]

  • Rare Form of Salmonellosis

    hepatitis.[] A serum alanine amino- transferase (ALT)–to–lactate dehydrogenase (LDH) ratio of less than 9:1 is indicative of typhoid hepatitis while a ratio 9.1 is indicative of viral[]

  • Jaundice

    A 48-year-old African-American male subject presented with progressive fatigue, jaundice, and new-onset leukopenia 12 weeks after undergoing bilateral lung transplantation[] Auto-antibody and viral hepatitis tests were negative. Liver ultrasound was normal. The initial diagnosis was cholestasis of pregnancy.[] Jaundice is a sign in several diseases due to viruses (viral hepatitis and arbovirus), parasites (malaria) and bacteria (leptospirosis).[]

  • Lymphocytic Choriomeningitis

    , light-headedness, and sore throat Symptoms usually improve within 5 days to 3 weeks Patients may suffer relapse with meningeal symptoms Suspect in patients with marked leukopenia[] […] disorders, such as lead poisoning, or any other disease of recognized etiology. — Dorland’s Medical Dictionary Disease Prevention: HIV/AIDS Programs, STDs, Tuberculosis, Viral[] Pathological findings during the first stage consist of leukopenia and thrombocytopenia .[]

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