hypofibrinogenemia

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hypofibrinogenemia

[¦hī·po·fī¦brin·ə·jə′nē·mē·ə]
(medicine)
A decrease in plasma fibrogen level.
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19] Hypofibrinogenaemia (in the absence of liver failure or laboratory features of DIC) suggests immune dysregulation and should arouse suspicion of HLH, especially if associated with splenomegaly.
Released from damaged hepatocytes Ferritin receptor down-regulation Hypertriglyceridaemia Liver infiltration by histiocytes Decreased levels of lipoprotein lipase Hypofibrinogenaemia Liver infiltration Hepatomegaly/ Organ infiltration by activated histiocytes splenomegaly Cutaneous Histiocytic and lymphocytic infiltration manifestations (commonly panniculitis and/ or purpura) Pathology Differential diagnosis Cytopenia/s Bone marrow hypoplasia/ failure Bone marrow infiltration (malignant, infective) Drug-induced myelotoxicity (e.