monocytopenia


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monocytopenia

[‚män·ō‚sīd·ə′pē·nē·ə]
(medicine)
Reduction in the number of circulating monocytes per unit volume of blood to below the minimum normal levels.
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Clinical pathology results revealed leukocytosis with slight monocytopenia, and markedly elevated concentrations of liver and muscle enzymes (Table 1).
Corticoid therapy causes lymphopenia, monocytopenia and eosinopenia (28).
4,17,18) For instance, infection due to Cunninghamella species, disseminated disease, active malignancy, and monocytopenia were independent predictors of poor outcome, whereas salvage posaconazole-based therapy and neutrophil count recovery were predictive of a favorable outcome.
Mutations in the GATA2 gene lead to a primary immunodeficiency marked by progressive monocytopenia, and B-cell and natural killer cell lymphopenia.
Factors independently associated with caspofungin resistance were recent echinocandin exposure, total parenteral nutrition (TPN), and monocytopenia (absolute monocyte count <100 cells/mL, Table 3) or severe lymphopenia (absolute lymphocyte count <100 cells/mL [online Technical Appendix Table 2]).
Patients with HCL are often pancytopenic, and monocytopenia is a characteristic finding.
Cytopenia (bicytopenia, monocytopenia or pancytopenia) may also accompany the diseases mentioned above.
an unexplained high white blood cell count, pancytopenia, bicytopenia or monocytopenia of unknown origin.