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MDS – Myelodysplastic Syndrome

Blood Condition short_summary:  ... injections (Procrit, Aranesp, Epogen) may help support the red blood cells . Sometimes this is given with G-CSF (Neupogen) if the ...

Pancytopenia of uncertain pathogenesis

for pancytopenia of unknown etiology, which required blood transfusions. Bone marrow aspirate and biopsy showed a hypocellular bone ... regular (every 4 days) need for transfusion support for red blood cells and platelets. In order to obtain a better clinical ...

Peripheral T-cell lymphoma

In December 2007 the patient suffered from red spots appearance in various places on my body , biopsy procedure carried ... as SWEAT. Low dosage of cortisone was given. Blood cell reveled low count of white and red cell. The ...

PANCYTOPENIA OF UNKNOWN PATHOGENESIS

for pancytopenia of unknown etiology, which required blood transfusions. Bone marrow aspirate and biopsy showed a hypocellular ... need for  transfusion  support for  red blood cells  and  platelets . In order to obtain a better ...

Myelodysplastic syndrome (MDS), with kariotype del(11)q(11)

his already severe weakness. Following are two complete blood count tests from 2007 and 2009:   2007 2009 ... ( Procrit, Aranesp, Epogen ) may help support the red blood cells. Sometimes this is given with G-CSF (Neupogen) if the ...

Motor Neuropathy

The CSF is abnormal with increase in the white blood cells and protein, not explained by the small number of red blood cells from traumatic tap. I also noted the serological abnormalities ...

Portosystemic Encephalopathy in Hepatocellular Carcinoma

: Esophageal varices FI blue, without any red signs. • August, 2008 Hospitalization in hepatology ward carrying ... (though now patient also has splenomegaly impacting blood counts). He was diagnosed in December 2008 with HCC and underwent TACE ...

Acute myocardial infarction with ST segment elevation

good general condition, free from chest pain and dyspnoea, blood pressure 105/50 mmHg, pulse 90 bpm. An echocardiogram was performed which ... detailed below: Blood tests on admission: Red blood cells 4.6 million, haemoglobin 13.2 g/dl, haematocrit 39%, platelets ...

Neuroroendocrine neoplasia with hepatic secondary lesions

significant progression of the disease. Blood test: basically good results. Only slightly altered are alkaline ... 6 5.5 6.2 Red blood cells 3.5-6.0 4.07 4.07 ...

Neuroroendocrine neoplasia with hepatic secondary lesions_2

-        Blood test: basically good results. Only slightly altered are alkaline ... 5.5 6.2 Red blood cells 3.5-6.0 4.07 4.07 ...