eosinopenia


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Related to eosinopenia: basophilia, lymphocytosis, neutrophilia, basopenia
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Noun1.eosinopenia - a decrease in the number of eosinophils in the blood
symptom - (medicine) any sensation or change in bodily function that is experienced by a patient and is associated with a particular disease
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e·o·sin·o·pe·ni·a

n. eosinopenia, número reducido de células eosinófilas en la sangre.
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who reported eosinopenia following cigarette smoking, on the other hand our result are similar to the findings of Shenwai M, Aundhakar M (Shenwai, 2012)", and Tell G.
Eosinopenia has been associated with stress, some acute bacterial infections, and steroid use.
This study assessed the associations between eosinopenia on the day of ICU discharge and outcomes after critical illness.
As such, eosinopenia is expected in a number of clinical conditions including bloodstream infections, viral infections, therapy with corticosteroids and catecholamines and physiological stress (16-18).
Leucopenia, thrombocytopenia and mild anaemia may be present and eosinopenia occurs secondary to glucocorticoid action.
Eosinophilia is a useful marker for infection and eosinopenia is correlated with a poor clinical outcome in fulminant infection.
Mortality rate was 26%; human T-lymphotropic virus (HTLV-1) infection, chronic alcoholism, eosinopenia, sepsis, and prerenal azotemia on admission were poor prognostic factors.
More severe cases were associated with eosinopenia.
Stress-induced corticosteroids inhibit immune function further by also causing eosinopenia, T-cell blastogenesis, granulocytosis, and inhibited basophil, mast cell, and neutrophil function.
Eosinopenia was first described in certain infections in 1893 and Bass et al reported a series of papers showing that eosinophil count often reduces in acute inflammation and returns to normal after recovery (35).
While profound blood and tissue eosinophilia is a typical feature of parasitic helminth infection (8), eosinopenia appears to be associated with bacterial infections including bloodstream infections (6,7,9,10.