A raised ESR and normocytic
normochromic anaemia with rouleaux formation was seen in most cases, while total leukocyte counts and platelet counts were relatively normal.
In terms of morphological pattern, normocytic
normochromic anaemia was less prevalent than expected and in contrast to the Western studies10, a relatively higher percentage of the patients in our study (37% vs.
Patients may also present normochromic normocytic
anemia, hypoaminoacidemia, deep vein thrombosis or pulmonary embolism and neuropsychiatric disturbances (from which depression is most often) .
Changes in Hematological Profile:Hemograms depicted a severe regenerative normocytic
(normal MCV), normochromic (normal MCHC) anemia evidenced by a highly significant decrease in RBC counts, haemoglobin concentration and haematocrit throughout the experimental period (Pless than 0.
For example, peripheral tests and complete blood cell counts typically reveal a normochromic, normocytic
anemia; polychromasia; and reticulocytosis.
Complete blood count was only notable for mild normocytic
We continued paraclinical investigations and we found normochromic normocytic
Laboratory investigations for patient 1 showed normocytic
anemia, hyponatremia, renal insufficiency, and elevated liver enzyme levels.
She had normocytic
, normochromic anaemia, with a haemoglobin concentration of 7.
The patient had normocytic
normochromic anemia with a hemoglobin level of 8 g/dL, white blood cell count of 14000/[mm.
Marwan Othman Abdul Qader, Director of the Drivers' Fleet Affairs Department, DTC, said as per DTC's insurance policy for drivers regarding chronic renal failure and normocytic
anemia, it was explained to the patient that her hospitalisation and medical expenses are covered, with the exception of dialysis.
3] and the peripheral smear showed normocytic
normochromic anemia with trophozoite and gametocyte forms of P.
She also had elevated erythrocyte sedimentation rate and normocytic
Laboratory work-up revealed hyperchoromic and normocytic
Bloodwork revealed a normocytic
anemia (Hgb 111) and an elevated serum creatinine (Cr 127).