hemosiderosis


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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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Surrounding lung parenchyma shows hemosiderosis with numerous hemosiderin-laden macrophages and features overlapping with pulmonary capillary hemangiomatosis, including interstitial thickening due to proliferation and congestion of capillaries.
It showed 0% (n = 0) of incidence rates of complications like hemosiderosis, deaths, hidrocephalus and epiditimits related to the surgery.
Tras haber descartado las demas etiologias probables se realizo diagnostico de hemosiderosis pulmonar idiopatica.
12] Calazans and colleagues reported on a 37-year-old woman with renal hemosiderosis and sickle cell anemia, which caused renal failure.
Se ha observado hemosiderosis cerebral superficial posterior al procedimiento en el hemisferio no resecado, por lo cual se han desarrollado otros procedimientos alternos.
Excessive therapy with parenteral iron can lead to excess storage of iron with the possibility of iatrogenic hemosiderosis.
Autopsy reports in some patients have shown significant iron deposition in the thyroid gland, suggesting that the etiology of the primary thyroid failure might well be transfusional hemosiderosis and subsequent cellular damage to the thyroid gland (2).
If high attenuation is felt to be associated, however, then recurrent alveolar hemorrhage resulting in deposition of iron and variably of calcium is possible, whether from idiopathic or secondary pulmonary hemosiderosis (Figure 9).
Se ha observado que los pacientes que reciben transfusiones mensualmente por periodos mayores a un ano presentan hemosiderosis, en ellos se recomienda realizar terapia de quelacion con deferoxamina o con el nuevo quelante oral deferasirox "Exjade" (10).