The added context of the patient's high hematocrit was essential to interpret the head CT findings and make the final correct diagnosis of new erythrocytosis
with artefactual vessel hyperdensity on imaging.
Bernal et al., "Tumoral EPAS1 (HIF2A) mutations explain sporadic pheochromocytoma and paraganglioma in the absence of erythrocytosis
," Human Molecular Genetics, vol.
Another rare syndrome with erythrocytosis
and clonal plasma cells is telangiectasias, elevated EPO and erythrocytosis
, monoclonal gammopathy, perinephric fluid collections, and intrapulmonaryshunting (TEMPI) syndrome [2,11].
PV patients were characterized by erythrocytosis
reflected by increased red cell parameters (mean hematocrit 53.2%, mean hemoglobin 176.2 g/l) as well as mild leukocytosis with mean white blood cell count (WBC) of 12.4 G/l.
These include erythrocytosis
, the overproduction of red blood cells and vascular events from the consequently viscous, "sludgy" blood.
Haemoglobin E trait re-examined: A cause of microcytosis and erythrocytosis
. Blood 1979;53(1):109-115.
Patients with large defects and pulmonary hypertension are more prone for development of pulmonary vascular obstruction (Eisenmenger's syndrome) with symptoms of exertional dyspnoea, chest pain, syncope, hemoptysis, clubbing, erythrocytosis
, and cyanosis (right-to-left shunt).
Too much is bad as well, posing potential risks of accelerated growth of undiagnosed prostate cancer; tissue edema in patients with cardiac, liver, or renal disease; gynecomastia; erythrocytosis
; sleep apnea; stimulation of platelet aggregation; and possibly an increase in cardiovascular events.
Chronic exposure to CO shows a systemic compensatory process of response to hypoxia, which includes erythrocytosis
, hypervolemia, and cardiomegaly.
(2010) LNK mutations in JAK2 mutation-negative erythrocytosis
Kocierz et al., "Anemia and erythrocytosis
after kidney transplantation: a 5-year graft function and survival analysis," Transplantation Proceedings, vol.