reticulocytosis


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reticulocytosis

[rə‚tik·yə·lō·sə′tō·səs]
(medicine)
An increase in the normal number of circulating reticulocytes.
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Most DBA patients also have an increase in fetal Hgb, a decrease in adenosine deaminase activity, and reticulocytosis. Ribosomal protein S19 accounts for up to 25 percent of the 11 proteins that undergo mutations in DBA.
At admission to hospital, his hematological parameters revealed thrombocytopenia (27 G/L), anemia (Hb: 9.7 g/dL), high reticulocytosis (368 G/L), persistent stigmata of hemolysis, decreased prothrombin ratio (48%), low fibrinogen (0.8 g/L) and low factor V level (45%).
Marked reticulocytosis (14.5%) was found in our patient on the eighth day of immunosuppressive treatment and on the fourth day after plasmapheresis.
(36) Hospitalized patients are also more likely to have other factors associated with positive DAT results, including elevated serum immunoglobulin levels, rouleaux due to high protein concentration, cardiolipin antibodies, infection, reticulocytosis, and the use of medications.
The resultant reactive reticulocytosis that occurs during this hemolysis creates new erythrocytes that have normal levels of G6PD initially [13].
Although an increase in the percentage of early precursors (Figures 2(c) and 2(d)) was found, no reticulocytosis could be seen in these mice.
Both patients AII.1 and AII.2 displayed mild macrocytic anaemia and reticulocytosis, 13-15% stomatocytes in peripheral blood smear examination with 7% target cells, and 2-4% schistocytes, ovalocytes, and spherocytes (Figure 2).
In anti-Kell isoimmunization, there is reduced reticulocytosis and erythroblastosis with lower amniotic fluid bilirubin compared to the anti-D group [11, 12].
Frequent presentation includes jaundice in the first day of life, high bilirubin levels requiring interventions reticulocytosis in the peripheral blood smear suggesting hemolysis.
Polychromasia on PBF is synonymous with reticulocytosis. Polychromasia literally means 'many colours, i.e.
The hematological profile showed a normocytic, normochromic anemia with mild reticulocytosis, which has also been documented by other scientists and the etiology is attributed to the persistent, progressive, chronic inflammation and chronic renal insufficiency.
Histiocytic medullary reticulocytosis. Lancet, 1939; 2: 194-198.