blood dyscrasia

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any abnormal condition of the blood

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Closer monitoring should be applied to clozapine recipients with a history of blood dyscrasia.
The cause of heamorhage included diabetic retinopathy, valsalva retinopathy, trauma, retinal artery aneurysm blood dyscrasia and branch retinal vein occlusion.
27) Chloramphenicol is contraindicated in patients with blood dyscrasia (blood disorders affecting red blood cells or platelets) and those with a family history of blood dyscrasia, owing to a rare but serious side effect, aplastic anaemia, which may develop weeks or months after treatment has stopped.
Infants whose guardians were not willing to participate, pre-mature infants, those with any congenital diseases like thalassaemia, sickle cell disease, leukaemia and blood dyscrasia, history of recent blood loss, drug intake, presence of any systemic illness like kidney disease, bone disorder and malignancy whether primary or secondary, anywhere in the body, were excluded.
No family history of cancer, blood dyscrasia, or immunocompromise
The second element is hypercoagulation due to conditions such as blood dyscrasia, dehydration, malignancy, or use of oral contraceptives.