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Other findings included hemosiderosis (21%), dysplasia of myeloid lineage (17%), dysplasia of erythroid lineage (13%), myelophthia (17%), necrosis (17%), moderate lymphocytes (17%), a marked quantity of segmented neutrophils (8.
Commonalities included pulmonary hemosiderosis, pulmonary interstitial edema and fibrosis, lymphatic dilatation, pulmonary arterial intimal fibrosis, and medial hypertrophy.
Stressing that the cronic bledding close the wall ventricle implies in high rates of hemosiderosis and others lasting complications (1).
A continuacion presentamos el inusual caso de una mujer de 46 anos de edad con episodios recurrentes de hemoptisis secundarios a hemosiderosis pulmonar idiopatica (HPI) con inicio en la adultez.
Three-year-old Kyle Docherty was diagnosed in 2013 with idiopathic pulmonary hemosiderosis (IPH).
sup][3],[4] The hemosiderosis and gliosis in the adjacent brain tissues from the tiny hemorrhage of the lesions are considered the main reason of epilepsy.
Iron overload in AY-thalassemia major patients is associated with high morbidity and mortality due to complications associated with tissue hemosiderosis.
Extra intestinal manifestations, independent of malabsorption, include dermatitis herpetiformis, neuropsychiatric disease, arthritis, myocarditis, liver dysfunction, lymphoma, glomerular disease, pulmonary hemosiderosis, migraines, depression, and infertility (1-3).
En el diagnostico diferencial se debe excluir el glaucoma hemolitico y por hemosiderosis los cuales son menos frecuentes, tambien evitar confundir con glaucoma neovascular, glaucoma secundario a uveitis y endoftalmitis.
Thus ectopic liver in the gall bladder can undergo fatty changes, hemosiderosis, cholestasis, cirrhosis, hepatitis or malignant degeneration to hepatocellular carcinoma.
El estudio histopatologico de las muestras de bazo extraido de una rata ENTZ (bazo control) fue diagnosticado como un tejido conservado, con foliculos linfoides grandes, reactivos y con hemosiderosis.
1998), hemosiderosis usually occurs as a result of excessive erythrocyte breakdown in vertebrates and the product remaining, hemosiderin, can be found in the spleen hematopoietic tissue.
7,8] Also, renal hemosiderosis is a complication of chronic intravascular hemolytic states, such as hemolytic anemia, paroxysmal nocturnal hemoglobinuria (PNH) and mechanical hemolysis after inserting a prosthetic cardiac valve[sup.
14,15) The disease also has associations with other autoimmune diagnoses, including but not limited to type 1 diabetes mellitus, idiopathic pulmonary hemosiderosis, systemic lupus erythmatosus, IgA nephropathy, polymyositis, and Sjogren's syndrome.
Disproportionate truncal shortening which is common especially among adolescents with thalassemia, is due to platyspondyly resulting from a combination of factors like hemosiderosis, endocrinal dysfunction, desferroxamine toxicity or deficiency of trace elements6.