lymphopenia


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Synonyms for lymphopenia

an abnormally small number of lymphocytes in the circulating blood

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Of note, the patient developed severe lymphopenia (0.06 x 109/L) on June 6.
Alterations in differential leukocytecount Neutrophilia 435 211 Lymphocytosis 24 36 Eosinophilia 43 32 Regenerative 28 42 shift to left Degenerative 52 21 shift to left Toxic granulation 20 8 in neutrophils Neutropenia 4 7 Lymphopenia 8 6 4.
Low proportions of both groups had marked thrombocytopenia (platelets <100 x [10.sup.9]/L [reference 170-420 x [10.sup.9]/L]), leukopenia, or lymphopenia.
Researchers demonstrated that susceptibility to spontaneous pneumonia and severe lymphopenia after SCI resulted from a maladaptive sympathetic-neuroendocrine reflex involving the adrenal glands.
Absolute lymphopenia was detected in 9 (26%) patients, CD4 lymphopenia was detected in 12 (34.3%), and CD8 lymphopenia was detected in one (2.9%) patient.
Anemia was detected in 56.1% (n=124), leukopenia in 28.9% (n=64), lymphopenia in 76% (n=168), neutropenia in 4.5% (n=10), and thrombocytopenia in 17.2% (n=38) of patients.
The most common grade 3 or 4 adverse reactions were neutropenia, leukopenia, abnormal liver function tests, lymphopenia, and vomiting.
Investigations showed lymphopenia, increased hepatic enzymes, C-Reactive-Protein (CRP), normal renal function (Table 1), and prominent spleen (11.6 cm) on ultrasonogram.
Dysfunction of Gimap5 induces lymphopenia and inhibits the accumulation of a normal T cell pool, including regulatory subsets [19, 20].
Unexplained opportunistic infections such as CM have been associated with idiopathic CD4 lymphopenia in HIV-uninfected patients [12, 13], but in our case the immune response has not been investigated.
He was noted to have mild lymphopenia at that time, and for which he underwent an extensive work-up for immunodeficiency, including a normal complete blood count (CBC) with differential, a normal peripheral blood smear, and negative human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) antibodies.
That changed in 2010 when the United States Secretary's Advisory Committee for Heritable Disorders of Newborns and Children (SACHDNC) voted unanimously to add screening for severe combined immunodeficiency (SCID) and other causes of T cell lymphopenia to the recommended uniform screening panel (RUSP) for newborns.
The most common laboratory abnormalities include anemia, leukopenia, thrombocytopenia, and lymphopenia. Other laboratory abnormalities may include elevated erythrocyte sedimentation rate and C-reactive protein, hyponatremia, hypercalcemia, and sterile pyuria.
The most common hematological abnormalities were lymphopenia (41.8%), followed by neutropenia (20.9%).
The most common adverse reactions in ERd and Rd (>10%), respectively, were diarrhea (59.2%, 49.3%), pyrexia (43.0%, 27.7%), fatigue (40.0%, 34.7%), cough (33.2%, 20.3%), nasopharyngitis (29.5%, 27.7%), upper respiratory tract infection (25.2%, 22.7%), lymphopenia (17.6%, 13.6%), headache (17.2%, 9.6%), pneumonia (15.6%, 12.9%) and herpes zoster (10.0%, 5.7%).