sideropenia

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sideropenia

(ˌsɪdərəˈpiːnɪə)
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(Pathology) a lack of iron in the body
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Noun1.sideropenia - a deficiency of iron; results from inadequate iron in the diet or from hemorrhage
mineral deficiency - lack of a mineral micronutrient that is essential for normal nutrition or metabolism
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Helicobacter pylori gastric infection and sideropenic refractory anemia.
Diagnosis of TA was posed in 2001 following the criteria of the American College of Rheumatology [7] and was based on the onset of asthenia, sideropenic anemia, asymmetry of radial arterial pulsation, and amaurosis fugax.
This syndrome is also known as Sideropenic dysphagia which implies the burning sensation or throat pain while swallowing.
Previously, she had been treated with methotrexate for only a few months with poor efficacy for articular pain with the onset of sideropenic anemia and increased liver parameters.
(74) The study claimed HRAs and annual cholesterol screenings had led to improvements in "diseases of the blood and blood-forming organs," including sideropenic dysphagia, lymphangioma, von Willebrand Disease, and cat-scratch fever.
celiac disease, vitamin D malabsorption/insufficiency, lactose intolerance and sideropenic anemia) and first-level testing for bleeding disorders (i.e.
The laboratory analyses revealed sideropenic anemia (hemoglobin of 9.8g/dL and mean corpuscular volume of 73 fL) with high erythrocyte sedimentation rate (66/120), elevated C reactive protein (118 mg/L), and elevated D-dimers (1.10 micrgr/mL).
Oral iron therapy and chronic idiopathic urticaria: sideropenic urticaria?
Although poor nutritional status has been linked to an increased risk of oral cancer, the only convincing nutritional factor that has been associated with oral cancer is iron deficiency of PlummerVinson syndrome (Patterson Kelly syndrome, sideropenic dysphagia).
pylori infection such as sideropenic anemia and idiopathic thrombocytopenic purpura have been published, (5) however, literature regarding the effect of this microorganism on FMS is rather limited.
The placentas were divided into two groups: the anemic group, 30 placentas from pregnancies complicated with sideropenic anemia, but without any other risk factor or disease that could affect the course and outcome of pregnancy, and the control group, 30 placentas from pregnancies without signs of anemia and any other risk factor for pregnancy disorder.