Is Myelophthisic anemia the same as leukoerythroblastic anemia?
A myelophthisic anemia is the displacement of the bone marrow into the peripheral circulation by a disease such as metastasis of the bone marrow. This leads to the presence of nucleated RBCs and immature myeloid cells in the peripheral blood. Under microscopy, this is known as "leukoerythroblastic smear."
hypovolemia is the decrease of circulating blood plasma fluid while anemia can range from blood cells abnormalities to the blood cells average volume.
No. Lupus: S.L.E. (systemic lupus erythematosus), or lupus for short, is a sometimes fatal disease of the immune system. In lupus the body's connective tissues, which hold together and support cells, are attacked by the body's own immune system. Sickle-cell anemia is a disorder of the blood.
The main difference is that Iron-Deficiency Anemia is caused by lack of iron, and therefore low haemaglobin levels. Pernicious anamia is caused by a lack of vitimin B12 which aids the production and growth of red blood cells, therefore lowering the haemaglobin level, and both would have a lowered hematocrit level.
Chronic Anemia is something that is either long-lasting or develops slowly over time, while Acute Anemia occurs quickly. Symptoms for Chronic Anemia may be barely noticeable at first and gradually worsen, while Acute Anemia symptoms can be more noticeable and distressing due to their sudden appearance.
according to my reasearch yes it is possible
Certain forms of anemia are hereditary. http://www.webmd.com/a-to-z-guides/understanding-anemia-basics
Yes, Anemia can be a bad condition if you have a very bad case of it, as it is when your body is lacking in red blood cells or they break down easily, depriving you of Oxygen.
Anemia can be very dangerous as your body isn't producing enough red blood cells, and because the red blood cells carry Oxygen around the body, obviously not enough Oxygen is getting to your major organs, meaning you can't function properly and probably get tired easily or find it hard to breath.
Anemia can be deathly if not treated. But usually you just need to take a vitamin or have food that has iron in it.
Blood lab work will be the only way to determine the severity of your anemia. One's body's reaction to anemia will vary depending on a few factors. The body has a remarkable ability to adapt, even to anemia. If one becomes anemic gradually, he or she may not even notice until the condition is bad compared to someone who develops anemia suddenly. The cause must also be considered.
There are quite a few different types of Anemia, but basically Anemia is a disease that occurs when your body can't produce enough red blood cells. The red blood cells in your body are made to carry Oxygen around your body and to your majoy organs and brain. If your body isn't producing enough red blood cells then you are being starved of Oxygen in parts of your body, it has many causes depending on… Read More
By prescribing iron.
because of the vitamin deficiency
a type of idiopathic refractory anemia characterized by pancytopenia, hypoplasia of the bone marrow, and congenital anomalies, occurring in members of the same family (an autosomal recessive trait in at least five nonallelic types [MIM*227650, 227660, 227645, 227646, 600901]); the anemia is normocytic or slightly macrocytic, macrocytes and target cells may be found in the circulating blood, and the leukopenia usually is due to neutropenia. Congenital anomalies include short stature; microcephaly; hypogenitalism; strabismus; anomalies of… Read More
Cerebral Anemia. Definition.---An insufficient amount of blood circulating in the capillaries.Etiology.---This may be due to general or local causes. Thus cerebral anemia may attend the general anemia coming from a severe hemorrhage or from profuse diarrhea, or from pernicious anemia, leukemia, and various cachexias, or it may be due to the accumulation of a large quantity of blood in the peritoneal cavity following the removal of ascitic fluid. A more serious condition would be anemia… Read More
Sickle Cell is a type of Anemia that means the red blood cells are deformed and sickle shaped. The hemoglobin in your body doesn't work right; the shape of the red blood cells causes them to clog the blood vessels and break down easily.
Pernicius Anemia is when your body is unable to absorb the Vitiman B12, which is what your body needs to produce red blood cells. And if you can't produce these blood cells then you aren't getting the Oxygen you need.
This is anaemia (lowered blood haemoglobin) due to a lack of vitamin B12 absorbed from the intestinal tract, due to a lack of intrinsic factor usually. This can be due to auto antibodies against the cells that produce intrinsic factor, stomach ulcers crowding out the cells that produce intrinsic factor, a hereditary lack of intrinsic factor or the after effects of surgery, illness or fish tapeworm. This gives a macrocytic anaemia. Pernicious anemia is an… Read More
A lower blood count due to a bad diet.There are certain nutritional deficiencies which account for anemia. Vitamin B12 in particular.
Aplastic anemia is a condition where bone marrow does not produce sufficient new cells to replenish blood cells. The term 'aplastic' means the marrow suffers from an aplasia that renders it unable to function properly. Anemia is the condition of having fewer red blood cells than normal, or fewer than needed to function properly. Typically, anemia refers to low red blood cell counts, but aplastic anemia patients have lower counts of all three blood cell… Read More
I am not sure but I think it might be by the amount of iron inside the plasma of the blood.
Its not plastic anemia , its aplastic anemia, defect in the bone marrow to form blood cells.
by hemoglibin fails.
Anemia it's self is not rare at all, it is normal in women who are at child bearing age. Sometimes it is from heavy periods, and other times it can be due to the lack of iron or B-12. My self I have been anemic due to heavy period, and it got so bad that I had to have a blood transfusion. The blood they gave me the first time led to antibodies building up… Read More
Anemia is a very bad condition as Anemia is a condition that means your body is very lacking in red blood cells. You need red blood cells to live as when you breath in Oxygen, the red blood cells in your body gather the Oxygen and carry it to different parts of your body, keeping you breathing and your organs functioning.
Anemia is reduced hemoglobin in blood. One cause of anemia is blood loss. Bleeding is called hemorrhagia. Anemia caused by blood loss is hemorrhagic anemia.
There are 5 main types, 1. Haemorrhagic 2. Haemolytic 3. Nutrition deficiency 4. Aplastic 5. Anemia in chronic disease.
cancer is a cause of anemiapizza gives you anemiachicken gives you anemia and since i am the daughter of jack the pumpkin king it is correct
a bacterial infection or iron deficiency or genetic disorderdeficiency of erythorocytes (red blood cells)Lack of iron Heavy periods (in women) Eating disorder Pregnancy Leukaemia Cancerit can cause losing red blood cellslacking iron compounds, and red blood.Iron deficiency
The first case of anemia was encountered in Chicago in the year 1904 when an African American man approached a doctor named James Herrick with the symptoms of the disease.
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by having lots of iron you need
If you are anemic during pregnancy, make sure to take an iron supplement after consulting with your doctor about dosage. You can have many complications from being anemic, especially if you go into preterm labor. Also, eat lots of "green" foods, such as leafy greens.
Low levels of iron in the body.
Anemia is a condition in which the body does not have enough healthy red blood cells.
literally, lack of blood.
There is no antonym. However, there are phrases and terms that might work:Bronze diabetesHaemochromatosisIron overloadIron poisoningIron-rich
Anemia is a blood disorder caused by a deficiency of red blood cells. To learn more, see this article form Encyclopaedia Britannica <a href="http://www.britannica.com/EBchecked/topic/24269/anemia"> anemia</a>
Increasing the intake of iron. This can be either through improving the diet to include more iron-rich food, or through taking iron tablets. Also, if the cause of anemia is thought to be linked to heavy menstruation, a contraceptive pill may be advised to try and make the blood loss through periods lighter.
There are no cures for anemia, however, that are different treatments that can help keep anemia at bay. Some of these treatments include increasing the amount of oxygen that the blood can carry or raise the blood cell count or hemoglobin level.
anaemia is a blood coundction in wich the haemo golobin is a folown bellow what is a normal porsean it may be due to the thear being loos haemogoblion
There are different kinds or causes of anemia. What I've noticed about people with Hashimoto's, since it is an autoimmune condition, that they will develop antibodies to other tissues. This leads to a type of anemia that seems to come up quite often, that of a vitamin B12 deficiency anemia. For these people I recommend taking a sublingual form of B12 which bypasses the stomach and enters the blood stream directly. The problem is somehow… Read More
Not all types of Hepathisis can be cured but Anemia is curable so Hepathisis is worse.
No, it means that you don't have enough iron.