cryoglobulin


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cryoglobulin

(ˌkraɪəʊˈɡlɒbjʊlɪn)
n
(Biochemistry) med an abnormal immunoglobulin, present in the blood in certain diseases, that precipitates below about 10°C, obstructing small blood vessels in the fingers and toes
Translations

cryoglobulin

n. crioglobulina, globulina que se precipita del suero por acción del frío.

cryoglobulin

n crioglobulina
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In this article, we aim to present a case with truncal EED and elevated cryoglobulin level.
The cryoglobulin count in her blood steadily decreased, and by April of this year it was undetectable.
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RF, ANA, ANCAs, specific anti- No erosion /2005 [3] filaggrin antibody, and cryoglobulin were negative Dendle et al.
Anti-double-stranded DNA, anti-extractable nuclear antigen antibody, anti-glomerular basement membrane antibody and cryoglobulin were not detected.
These particles include red cell fragments, microspherocytes, nucleated RBCs, nonlyzed RBCs, elliptocytosis, macrothrombocytes, platelet clumps, bacteria, parasitic organisms, and other interfering substances such as cryoglobulin, cold agglutinin, and macroglobinemia.
The most common of these are preanalytic and analytic cryoglobulin precipitates.
Immunofixation electrophoresis was performed in 17 solubilized cryoglobulin samples from the 28 patients with cryoglobulinemia (60.
89 Serum cryoglobulin and cardiolipin antibodies are also frequently seen in HCV related thrombocytopenia.
Receipt of packed erythrocytes, fresh frozen plasma, cryoglobulin, and platelets; renal replacement therapy; and pleural or peritoneal drainage did not differ significantly between survivors and nonsurvivors (Table 2).
His tests including full blood count, thyroid function tests, antinuclear antibody, cryoglobulin, cryofibrinogen, cold agglutinins, antiphospholipid antibodies and serum protein electrophoresis, which were performed to determine the etiology, were within normal ranges.