TRCA is defined as: 1) decrease in hemoglobin [greater than or equal to] 20% from baseline; 2) reticulocytopenia (absolute reticulocyte
count < 50 000/uL) or reticulocyte
count, which is disproportionately low with respect to the hemoglobin level.
1) Evaluation of haemoglobin level, WBC count, platelet count, reticulocyte
count and their relationship with PH in SS patients.
To differentiate between intramedullary and peripheral hemolysis, it may be helpful to measure the reticulocyte
count and lactate dehydrogenase, as a lack of elevation in reticulocyte
count and high LDH is more consistent with intramedullary hemolysis.
count = (reticulocyte
% x patient's HCT)/normal HCT.
Moreover, Uni-EPO-Fc facilitated an increase both in absolute value and percentage of blood reticulocytes
in healthy subjects.
The CHr is a measure of the product of the reticulocyte
haemoglobin concentration and the mean cell volume.
While infection of WT mice caused a significant decrease in reticulocyte
numbers, infection of IFNa[sup]−/− or IFNa-R[sup]−/− mice did not alter reticulocyte
numbers as compared with sham controls [Figure 3]b.
mass] was also associated with an increase in reticulocyte
count and Hct, compared with the CONTROL group, within the first two weeks of the LHTH altitude exposure.
All patients received routine screening blood tests, including complete blood count (CBC) with reticulocyte
count at least 3 times per week after transplantation.
The method is an integral part of the reticulocyte
assay and is based on a proprietary fluorescent dye (10) and an optimized flow cytometric method.
Objectives: To determine the reference range values of reticulocyte
counts among various infantile age groups at tertiary care hospitals.
Objective: The aim of this study was to evaluate the clinical significance of reticulocyte
hemoglobin content (CHr) in the diagnosis of iron deficiency anemia (IDA) and to compare it with other conventional iron parameters.
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Response was assessed by reticulocyte
count at 1 week, change in hemoglobin, MCV and serum iron levels at 4 weeks post treatment.
to Heilmeyer and Trachtenberg , who divided them into groups 0, I, II, III, and IV, reflecting the stages of reticulocyte