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n. reticulocitopenia, reticulosis, disminución anormal del número de reticulocitos en la sangre.
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TRCA is defined as: 1) decrease in hemoglobin [greater than or equal to] 20% from baseline; 2) reticulocytopenia (absolute reticulocyte count < 50 000/uL) or reticulocyte count, which is disproportionately low with respect to the hemoglobin level.
Reticulocytopenia has been reported in 39% of pediatric patients with AIHA (5).
8) Interestingly, our patient exhibited similar reticulocytopenia when compared to patients with TTP (Table 2).
Artesunate and artelinic acid: association of embryotoxicity, reticulocytopenia, and delayed stimulation of hematopoiesis in pregnant rats.
In the context of SCD, as in other haemolytic states, aplastic crisis refers to pure red cell aplasia, where there is selective erythroid hypoplasia or aplasia with resultant reticulocytopenia.
DAT and no indirect signs of hemolysis, and further confirmed whenever possible by a significant marrow infiltration as defined by either a diffuse bone marrow histological pattern or, when this was not available, by bone marrow aspirate (more than 80% lymphocytes) or reticulocytopenia (less than 1%).
cold haemagglutinin disease with severe anaemia, reticulocytopenia and erithroid bone marrow.
Diamond-Blackfan anemia (DBA) is a rare congenital hypoplastic anemia characterized by severe normochromic-macrocytic anemia, reticulocytopenia, a decrease in the number or absence of bone marrow erythroid precursor cells, and normal megakaryocytic and granulocytic differentiation (1-4).
A study from Denmark reported a case of severe anaemia caused by B19 infection in a patient with autoimmune haemolytic anaemia and a B-cell NHL on detection sharply increased B19 viral load, reticulocytopenia and shortened erythrocyte life-span which are suggestive of a primary parvovirus infection (12).
Reticulocytopenia has been observed in numerous clinical studies of malarial anaemia.
8) Riboflavin deficiency can cause a normochromic, normocytic anemia and reticulocytopenia that responds to supplementation.