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hemosiderosis

[‚hē·mō‚sid·ə′rō·səs]
(physiology)
Deposition of hemosiderin in body tissues without tissue damage, reflecting an increase in body iron stores.
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In this case, severe black colouration of the articular cartilage appears to have occurred due to haemosiderosis and lipofuscin deposition on the articular cartilage.
Okon, "Endometrial glandular haemosiderosis in homozygous beta-thalassaemia," European Journal of Obstetrics Gynecology and Reproductive Biology, vol.
Keywords: Haemosiderosis, Iron deficiency anaemia, Haemoptysis, Steroid, Haemosiderin-laden macrophages.
The effect of haemosiderosis and blood transfusions on the T2 relaxation time and 1/T2 relaxation rate of liver tissue.
Serratospiculiasis, mycosis, and haemosiderosis in wild peregrine falcon from Poland.
These extra irons may cause iron overload (Haemosiderosis) in these patients getting regular red blood cells transfusion.
Idiopathic pulmonary haemosiderosis in Japan: 39 possible cases from a survey questionnaire.
(13) This alcohol contains large quantities of iron and its consumption produces haemosiderosis. Iron overload produces a micronodular cirrhosis characterised by an absence of fatty change, alcoholic hepatitis, alcoholic hyaline or alcoholic cirrhosis, in contrast to the picture seen in Western societies.
In the long term, however, the beneficial effects of transfusions are limited by complications such as chronic viral infections, haemosiderosis and alloimmunization against RBC.