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Dyserythropoiesis, ineffective erythropoiesis, inflammation, splenic pooling and haemolysis have all been implicated in normocytic anaemia associated with malarial infection (4,5,9).
Peripheral smear showed normocytic, normochromic blood picture with few macrocytes.
The relationship between normocytic hypochromic anaemia and iron concentration together with hepatic enzyme activities in cattle infected with Fasciola hepatica.
Other authors (25) stated that a mild anemia may happen in PSS, which may have an iron-deficient component, usually normochromic and normocytic and hemolytic only if the microangiopathic anemia of hypertension and /or renal failure is present, and thought to be due to gastrointestinal blood loss, while in MCTD they found moderate anemia in 30-40% of cases.
Significant lab values include a normocytic anemia with hemoglobin 11.
More than half of all women were anaemic, and normocytic anaemia (low number of normal red blood cells) was predominant among the HIV-positive women.
2]), chronic normocytic anemia and mild Crohn disease in prolonged remission was hospitalized after having been found unresponsive and hypothermic due to septic shock.
Among patients with anemia, the type of anemia was normocytic in the majority (79% of women and 98% of men).
Moderately elevated levels of blood lipids, a normocytic, normochromic anemia, and leukocytosis were the most prominent pathologic changes of the routine laboratory parameters.
Renal anaemia is typically normochromic normocytic.
We also determined that patients with ACD present with a normocytic and normochromic blood picture.
Laboratory studies, including complete blood count, electrolytes, urinalysis, glycemia and hepatic profile, were normal except for a high level of serum creatinine and normocytic anemia secondary to chronic renal disease.
Workup for normocytic anemia revealed normal B12 and folate levels, and iron studies were consistent with iron deficiency anemia and anemia of chronic disease.