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eosinophilia

[‚e·ə‚sin·ə′fil·ē·ə]
(medicine)
A greater than average number of circulating eosinophils. Also known as acidophilia; oxyphilia.
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We took into consideration for differential diagnosis several scleroderma-like disorders: eosinophilic fasciitis, localized and systemic sclerosis, nephrogenic systemic fibrosis, scleromyxedema, scleredema and eosinophilia myalgia syndrome.
Blood complete picture showed Hb 9.6 g/dl, TLC 6.1+ 109/L and eosinophilia. Serum IgG level 17.3 g/l, IgM 1.22 g/l, IgA 2g/l g/l, serum total IgE levels were very high, 5956 IU/ml, compatible with hyper IgE syndrome.
As there was no blood eosinophilia or pleural effusion, we presume a distinct mechanism for this adverse effects than previous reports.
To examine the growth of Eosinophilia research output of India during 1998 to 2017;
In conclusion, we report a Chinese LGMD2A patient with prominent intramuscular eosinophilia. The presence of peripheral and intramuscular eosinophilia can be an indicator of multiple diseases including Churg-Strauss syndrome, eosinophilic myositis, parasitic myopathy, and LGMD2A.
Kimura's disease: a clinico-pathological study of 21 cases and its distinction from angiolymphoid hyperplasia with eosinophilia. Pathology 1984; 16: 39-44.
Drug Reaction with Eosinophilia and Systemic Symptoms syndrome is an acute and severe drug reaction presented with fever, systemic symptoms, marked eosinophilia, and commonly maculopapular skin rashes with a wide range of clinical presentation variating from toxic epidermal necrolysis, erytema multiforme, exfoliative dermatitis to erythroderma (1, 2).
All 12 patients eventually developed CSF eosinophilia, as did all hospitalized patients during a 2000 outbreak of eosinophilic meningitis caused by A.
The prevalence and meaning of eosinophilia in renal diseases on a nephrology consultation service.
(1,2) The diagnosis is strongly suggested by the condition's key features: fever (97% of cases) and leukocytosis (87%) with neutrophilia (91%) and eosinophilia (30%); leukocytosis peaks 4 days after pustulosis occurs and lasts for about 12 days.
Myeloid and lymphoid neoplasia associated with eosinophilia and specific tyrosine kinase gene fusions have been defined as rare entities.
The most common hematologic disorder is eosinophilia with rates reaching up to 95%.

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