No [alpha]-thalassaemia mutations were identified, but 53 individuals had microcytic hypochromic
Of the patients without preoperative anaemia, 4% were either hypochromic
Several reports looking at serum hepcidin as a predictor of a response to IV iron therapy have emerged, as was shown for the percentage of hypochromic
red cells several years ago.
The most common RBC morphology (grade 2+ or greater) missed was microcytic RBC (107 occurrences), followed by anisocytosis (21 occurrences), hypochromic
RBC (21 occurrences), and target cell (21 occurrences).
The proportions of hypochromic
and microcytic red cells reflect the body's iron status over the previous couple of months.
In her routine laboratory studies including serum glucose, protein, albumin and electrolytes levels, liver, renal and thyroid function tests, complete blood count with erythrocyte sedimentation rate and C-reactive protein levels, there were low total protein and albumin values with hypochromic
microcytic anemia suggesting a case of malnutrition.
A comparative study of the usefulness of toki-shakuyaku-san and an oral iron preparation in the treatment of hypochromic
anemia in cases of uterine myoma.
A peripheral blood smear showed a marked hypochromic
microcytosis with occasional schistocytes, acanthocytes, and numerous elliptocytes.
Anaemia was classified as microcytic if Hb<120g/Land Mean Corpuscular Volume (MCV)<80fl; hypochromic
if Hb<120g/Land Mean Corpuscular haemoglobin (MCH)<27pg .
One of the important causes attributed towards the prevalence of high degree of microcytic hypochromic
anaemia was the high incidence of helminthic infestations largely due to hookworm.
The full blood count revealed a significant microcytic hypochromic
anaemia (haemoglobin 5.
Biochemical evaluation showed microcytic hypochromic