hypochromia

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hy·po·chro·mi·a

n. hipocromía, deficiencia de hemoglobina en la sangre.
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CBC findings revealed microcytic hypochromic red cells with high red cell count (>5x[10.sup.6]/[micro]1) and mildly increased RDW suggestive of [beta]TT (Table 1).
The commonest type of anaemia was hypochromic microcytic (34.1%).
Hematologic indices that have been used to establish the presence of iron deficiency anemia have included, in addition to hemoglobin (Hb) or hematocrit (Hct), abnormal erythrocytes or reticulocyte indices that identify the presence of hypochromic and microcytic cells.
* Red cell morphology of the studied population was normocytic normochromic in 28 cases, macrocytic in 27, microcytic hypochromic in 13 and dimorphic in 12 cases.
Haematological examination revealed leukocytosis, lymphopenia and granulocytosis with microcytic hypochromic anaemia.
Peripheral blood smear showed normochromic, normocytic and hypochromic, microcytic red cells with anisocytosis.
Her investigations showed a Hemoglobin value of 8.9 g/dL with MCV of 64.1fl and hypochromic microcytic blood picture and low ferritin level.
This was most commonly microcytic hypochromic (34%), with a mixture of nutrient deficiency and infections such as tuberculosis (22.7%) being the most common clinical diagnosis.
An hematologic index that has gained merit in assessing functional iron status is the measurement of the proportion of hypochromic red cells (HYPO).
Hypochromic microcytic anaemia was the most common finding in the peripheral smear of both study groups, 94% and 90% respectively, signifying iron deficiency as the most common cause.
Hematology revealed normocytic hypochromic anemia with neutropenia and leukopenia (Table 1).