macrocytic anemia

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Synonyms for macrocytic anemia

anemia in which the average size of erythrocytes is larger than normal

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With respect to macrocytic anemia in the initial blood count at the admission of the patient, there were no data of personal or family history of anemia, and this condition was corrected during ambulatory evolution, suggesting a case of possible infectious condition.
In the absence of typical macrocytic anemia, it is difficult to make a diagnosis of vitamin [B.
We were facing a progressive paraparesis with the level of sensitivity at D6 and a severe hyporegenerative macrocytic anemia.
In the present study, the superior RBCs findings was normocytic normochromic anemia (48%) followed by macrocytic anemia (30%).
CBC shows either normocytic normochromic anemia or macrocytic anemia, with Nucleated RBCs and high reticulocyte count.
2 mmol/L; creatinine 327 [mu]mol/L) and a macrocytic anemia (Hb 91 g/L; MCV 107 fL).
influenza vaccine), and Vitamin B12 or liver extract (except for patients with macrocytic anemia, the diagnosis of which is established on the basis of hematological studies).
Macrocytic anemia occurs when the bone marrow produces very large cells called macrocytes.
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Laboratory values were indicative of macrocytic anemia (erythrocytes, 3.