reticulocytopenia


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reticulocytopenia

[re‚tik·yə·lō‚sīd·ə′pē·nyə]
(medicine)
A decrease in the normal number of circulating reticulocytes. Also known as reticulopenia.
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His investigations showed anemia with reticulocytopenia.
Extreme elevations in LDH in such clinical scenarios along with inappropriate reticulocytopenia may be more suggestive of underlying [B.
Haemolytic crisis may be distinguished from aplastic crisis by the finding of a reticulocytosis as opposed to a reticulocytopenia.
In this patient, as with previous cases, the hypothesis of ADE is supported by complete reversal of anemia and reticulocytopenia after discontinuation of quinupristin-dalfopristin.
First described by Kaznelson in 1922 (Krantz, 1974), PRCA has a gradual onset, manifesting as a normochromic, normocytic anemia and reticulocytopenia with normal white blood cells and platelet count.
Diamond-Blackfan Syndrome, a pure erythrocyte aplasia, presents before the sixth month of life and is notable for anemia, reticulocytopenia, and decreased erythroid precursors.
Myelosuppression, one of the more common adverse reactions, is thought to be related to an inhibition of ferrochetalase by the drug and leads to anemia, reticulocytopenia, leukopenia, and thrombocytopenia.
The combination of anemia, reticulocytopenia, hydrops fetalis, and a positive indirect Coombs test suggested Kell isoimmunization.
Known and possible causes of hemolytic anemia in association with malaria or antiparasitic therapy include blackwater fever, artemisinin-induced reticulocytopenia, direct hemolytic effects of the drug, and drug-induced immune hemolytic anemia.
Evidences favouring B19 infection in eight NOBI cases were presence of reticulocytopenia (in 5 of 7 cases tested), anemia (severe in one cases) and more importantly finding of free DNA in serum.
Peripheral blood: Severe neutropenia, normoblastic anemia with reticulocytopenia and mild thrombocytopenia.
Causes of reticulocytopenia include bone marrow failure syndromes, infectious bone marrow suppression, and anemias caused by deficiencies in vitamin B12, folate, or iron (Corbett, 2000; Jakubik & Thompson, 2000; Lilleyman et al.