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Synonyms for haemosiderosis

abnormal deposit of hemosiderin

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In this case, severe black colouration of the articular cartilage appears to have occurred due to haemosiderosis and lipofuscin deposition on the articular cartilage.
Keywords: Haemosiderosis, Iron deficiency anaemia, Haemoptysis, Steroid, Haemosiderin-laden macrophages.
More common causes of paediatric haemoptysis include infection, foreign body aspiration, tracheostomy-related problems, congenital heart disease, cystic fibrosis, pulmonary haemosiderosis, trauma and fictitious haemoptysis.
Iron-overload disease in infants involving fetal growth retardation, lactic acidosis, liver haemosiderosis, and aminoaciduria.
Bronchial biopsy showed severe pulmonary haemorrhage and haemosiderosis and ciliated respiratory epithelium with foci of squamous metaplasia and a mixed inflammatory cell infiltrate including neutrophils.
2) This may eventually lead to complications such as transfusion haemosiderosis of the liver, cardiac failure, diabetes and inadequate hypothalamic-pituitary adrenal reserve.
Long-term clinical follow-up of adult idiopathic pulmonary haemosiderosis and coeliac disease.
If neocytes with an average 90 days lifespan are transfused instead of conventional packed red blood cells with an average 60 days lifespan (Half-life of neocyte is almost twice that of conventional red blood cell) to a beta-thalassemia major patient, then the time interval between two transfusions can be increased, incidences of transfusion related hazards and the chances of inducing haemosiderosis may be reduced by decreasing numbers of required red blood cells units transfusion as neocytes survive in the circulation longer than older cells and may reduce the total red blood cells requirementl [21] The inconvenience of pooled neocytes transfusion is exposure to a large number of donors.