was noted in 7(14%) cases; the minimum level being 2.3 gm/dl.
, thrombocytosis and elevated C-reactive protein (CRP) values are thought to be adverse prognostic factors in various malignancies (2).
The patient underwent an extended investigation for the putative underlying cause of thrombosis that included hereditary and acquired thrombophilia tests along with tests for the exclusion of a latent myeloproliferative disorder and paroxysmal nocturnal hemoglobinemia
because of the site of thrombosis (visceral).
Laboratory tests of the patient revealed hemoglobinemia
(9.2 g/dL), thrombocytopenia (66,000/mL), increased levels of blood lactate dehydrogenase (1687 U/L), indirect bilirubin (1.69 mg/dL), creatinine (4.8 mg/dL), C-reactive protein (28 mg/dL), and blood urea nitrogen (162 mg/dL), and decreased blood haptoglobin levels (1.9 mg/dL).
Intravascular hemolysis, with hemoglobinemia
, is known to produce acute kidney injury; however, the development of intratubular hemoglobin casts (hemoglobin cast nephropathy) in the setting of acute hemolysis is uncommon as evidenced by its documentation by the rare individual case report .
Intravascular hemolysis results in hemoglobinemia
, as the amount of
Asociacion OR esta, que induce a realizar una exploracion mas precisa en vacas lecheras que identifique el enrojecimiento de la mucosa de la vulva atribuible a elevada estrogenia de la vaca en celo  y la distinga de aquella coloracion rosada mas relacionada con los valores de la eritrocitemia y hemoglobinemia
, vinculados con el transporte del oxigeno hacia el aparato reproductor y con la PL .
El hemograma evidencio leucofilia, neutrofilia, anemia microcitica normocromica, hemoglobinemia
Immune-mediated hemolysis can result in hemoglobinemia
, decreased serum haptoglobin, increased serum total and unconjugated (indirect) bilirubin, as well as increased lactate dehydrogenase.
, observed is probably due to hemolytic nature of the cobra venom (Soto et al.
* Caval syndrome--typically associated with large numbers of adult heartworms in the pulmonary arteries, causing pallor, tachycardia, sudden collapse, as well as hemolytic anema (red blood cells are destroyed and removed from the bloodstream before their normal lifespan is over), hemoglobinemia
(excessive amounts of hemoglobin in the blood plasma), and hemoglobinuria (when unusually high concentrations of hemoglobin are found in the urine).