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269 Possible Causes for Reticulocytes Increased, Seizure

  • HELLP Syndrome

    […] risk in preeclampsia Counts of 3 meet HELLP criterion Blood smear – evaluate for evidence of microangiopathic hemolysis Helmet cells Burr cells Schistocytes Reticulocyte[] The clinical course was complicated by seizures and acute kidney injury requiring hemodialysis.[] We present a rare case of HELLP syndrome which presented with ICH and further complicated by seizures, disseminated intravascular coagulation, and acute renal failure.[]

  • Primary Myelofibrosis

    The percentage of reticulocytes is mildly increased but may vary widely in a given case.[] Extramedullary hematopoiesis may involve any organ and may result in gastrointestinal bleeding, spinal cord compression, seizures, haemoptysis, and/or effusions.[] The condition may result in GI tract hemorrhage, spinal cord compression, focal seizures, symptoms related to brain tumors, ascites, hematuria, pericardial effusion, pleural[]

  • Gaucher Disease

    T y pe 2 Gaucher disease (acute infantile neuropathic Gaucher disease) symptoms usually begin by 3 months of age and includes extensive brain damage, seizures, spasticity,[] Patients with this type may present at birth or during infancy with increased tone, seizures, strabismus, and organomegaly.[] Fatigue prolonged bleeding fever, chills, sweating seizure developmental delay Orthopaedics Bone fractures/osteomyelitis joint pain/contractures bone necrosis/ osteonecrosis[]

  • Thrombotic Thrombocytopenic Purpura

    reticulocytes Haemolysis Screen reduced haptoglobins increased LDH (this is the most sensitive marker of severity and disease activity) unconjugated hyperbilirubinaemia increased[] Etiologies and risk factors for seizures Focal or generalized seizures occurred in approximately 20% of TTP patients observed. 99 Seizures can be associated with TTP for several[] However, the reticulocyte count remained at 12% to 15%, with an LDH value of approximately 500 IU/L.[]

  • Familial Myelofibrosis

    At the same time, the number of immature cells in peripheral blood is increased.[] Immature granulocytes, reticulocytes, normoblasts, and dacrocytes can be observed under the microscope.[]

  • Atypical Hemolytic Uremic Syndrome

    Lactate dehydrogenase was increased to 1084 U/L ( 460 U/L), reticulocyte count was 8.9%, and haptoglobin was less than 0.4 g/L (.1-.3 g/L).[] The second patient developed cerebral TMA (seizures, vision loss, and nystagmus) 6 days after initial presentation and remained unresponsive to PE/PI.[] After 24 months, she was relapse-free and seizure-free, with a normal neurological examination.[]

  • Lead Poisoning

    We report the case of a 23-month-old male with hypotonia, developmental delay, and complex seizures.[] […] random effects for village of residence. 972 children met inclusion criteria: 885 (91%) had no neurological features; 34 (4%) had severe features; 47 (5%) had reported recent seizures[] The effects of lead are well known and range from delayed and adversely affected neurodevelopment to severe health outcomes including seizures, coma, and death.[]

  • Toxic Effect of Copper Salts

    […] hemorrhage, cardiac depression, metabolic acidosis Hepatic cirrhosis Nontoxic: 300 µg/dL Severe: 500 µg/dL Deferoxamine Lead Nausea, vomiting, encephalopathy (headache, seizures[]

  • Acute Arsenic Poisoning

    Neurological symptoms include acute psychosis and seizures, encephalopathy, and peripheral neuropathy.[] Overexposure may cause headaches, drowsiness, confusion, seizures, and life-threatening complications.[] GI haemorrhage may occur Encephalopathy and seizures Cardiovascular collapse within hours and acute myopathy as indicated by ECG changes and dysrhythmias.[]

  • Hemolytic Uremic Syndrome

    reticulocytes reduced haptoglobins increased LDH unconjugated hyperbilirubinaemia with urinary urobilinogen variable neutrophilia increased urea and creatinine levels (greater[] A first group of eight patients remained with normal consciousness; five of them had protracted seizures.[] L-lactate dehydrogenase level Leukocytosis Negative Coombs’ test Proteinuria on urinalysis Reticulocyte count moderately elevated Stool culture positive for Shiga toxin–roducing[]

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