hemosiderosis


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Synonyms for hemosiderosis

abnormal deposit of hemosiderin

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The liver had hemochromatosis characterized by severe portal, perisinusoidal, and bridging fibrosis associated with nodular and hepatocellular hemosiderosis, and hepatocellular necrosis and nuclear hypertrophy.
12] Calazans and colleagues reported on a 37-year-old woman with renal hemosiderosis and sickle cell anemia, which caused renal failure.
Unilateral or bilateral 3- to 10-mm fluffy centrilobular lung nodules with variably perceptible high attenuation are a common manifestation of metastatic calcification (Figure 10) and may resemble hemosiderosis.
Long-term clinical course of patients with idiopathic pulmonary hemosiderosis (1979 -1994): prolonged survival with low-dose corticosteroid therapy.
Functional insufficiency of thyroid and pituitary gland in beta-homozygous thalassemia with hemosiderosis.
Idiopathic pulmonary hemosiderosis in infants (IPHI) first arose as an issue in Greater Cleveland.
Asymptomatic IgA nephropathy associated with pulmonary hemosiderosis.
A mutation in the ceruloplasmin gene is associated with systemic hemosiderosis in humans.
Transfusional hemosiderosis also affects people with sickle cell anemia, myelodysplastic syndromes, and other chronic anemias.
While scientific evidence connecting mold to health problems remains inconclusive, many believe mold may cause certain adverse health effects ranging from minor symptoms such as eye irritation, cough, runny nose, allergy and asthma to more severe health ailments such as Organic Dust Toxic Syndrome and pulmonary hemosiderosis.
They reported that in 1993 there were 10 cases of acute pulmonary hemorrhage/ hemosiderosis in infants, some of whom died, that was thought to be linked to the mold Stachybotrys chartarum (also known as Stachybotrys atra) (Robbins and Morrell 2003).
Hemosiderosis occurs late and is considered to be the result of repeated subdural hemorrhage into the cavity left by the hemispherectomy.
This pattern does not typically efface the nodal architecture, leaving the sinuses intact, and is associated with small, benign B-cell follicles and hemosiderosis.
Common diseases reported in sturnids are parasitic infections, salmonellosis, aspergillosis, and hemosiderosis or iron storage disease.
3 days (range 4-23 days), and 2 had underlying illnesses (idiopathic pulmonary hemosiderosis and iron deficiency anemia).