hyperglobulinemia


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hyperglobulinemia

[‚hī·pər‚gläb·yə·lə′nē·mē·ə]
(medicine)
Increased blood levels of globulin.
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Monoclonal hyperglobulinemia in lymphosarcoma in a cockatiel (Nymphicus hollandicus) and a blue and gold macaw (Ara ararauna).
Earlier studies also have reported hyperglobulinemia and hypoalbuminemia in camels which could be due to centrilobular degeneration and hepatic injuries associated with hypoxia (Chaudhary and Iqbal, 2000; Ahmad et al.
6) Systemic haematological abnormalities such as hyperglobulinemia and iron refractory anaemia have been documented in some patients with LPM, believed by some to be due to the plasma cell infiltrate.
The probes revealed the following alterations (Table 1): hyperglobulinemia, hypercalcemia, and increased UP/UCr.
Hematologic findings were very similar to a previous study that described also monocytosis and hyperglobulinemia in a cutaneous nocardiosis in a dog (GOLYNSKY et al.
There was significant increase in globulin level indicating hyperglobulinemia which correlates with findings of Mylonakis et al.
Hyperglobulinemia was seen in 22 (44%) patients before treatment and 2 (4%) patients after treatment which was also found to be statistically significant (pless than 0.
However, 50% of cases involving the plasma cell variant show systemic manifestations, including fever, anemia, and hyperglobulinemia.
1-14) The pathogeneses of SLE and SS are similar, suggesting that aberrations in T and B cells could lead to polyclonal B cell hyperactivity, hyperglobulinemia, and autoantibody production.
Incipient myelomatosis or 'essential' hyperglobulinemia with fibrinogenopenia: a new syndrome?
Approximately 50% of patients with the plasma cell variant experience systemic manifestations, including fever, anemia, and hyperglobulinemia.