splenomegaly

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an abnormal enlargement of the spleen

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On examination: pallor + clinically 4-5g%, chest examination was normal, cardiovascular system revealed hyperdynamic flow murmur, uterus was enlarged to 34 weeks with singleton live fetus in cephalic presentation and an enlarged spleen felt of 12cm below the costal margin, Liver was also enlarged 4cm below costal margin, slightly tender.
Most patients experienced reductions of 50% or greater in three response parameters: leukemia cell counts, swollen lymph nodes, and enlarged spleen.
Offensive lineman Brian Hubinger, who missed most of last season with an unknown virus, will probably miss spring practice because of an enlarged spleen.
Symptoms include an enlarged spleen and liver, difficulty walking, tremors and fits, learning difficulties and progressive dementia.
for thrombocythemia, a condition in which there are too many platelets in the blood, resulting in bleeding, blood clots, enlarged spleen, or stroke.
Eleven (85%) of the 13 patients with an enlarged spleen demonstrated a 50% or greater decrease in the size of their spleen.
In that trial, we have observed a 50% or greater decrease in the size of involved lymph nodes in 12 of 17 patients, and a 50% or greater decrease in the size of the spleen in 11 of the 13 patients with an enlarged spleen.
Eleven (85%) of the 13 patients with an enlarged spleen demonstrated a 50% or greater reduction in spleen size as determined by physical examination.
A genetic disorder, Gaucher disease results from a lack of the enzyme glucocerebrosidase (GC), causing anemia, weakened bones and enlarged spleen and liver.
Conclusion: The presence of an enlarged spleen is a valid predictor of the presence of oesophageal varices in patients suffering with liver cirrhosis.
This results in wide variety of symptoms like enlarged livers, massively enlarged spleen, need for frequent blood transfusions, bony changes, CNS manifestations and recurrent chest infections.
This results in wide variety of symptoms, such as enlarged livers, massively enlarged spleen, need for frequent blood transfusions, body changes and recurrent chest infections, she said.
They included hepatitis C, a cirrhotic liver, a slightly enlarged heart, a significantly enlarged spleen and osteoporosis.
Radiographs and a computed tomography scan were performed and revealed a markedly enlarged spleen.