hepatosplenomegaly


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hep·a·to·splen·o·meg·a·ly

n. hepatosplenomegalia, agrandamiento del hígado y del bazo.
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On the same note, as these patients were deprived of blood transfusions so they must have developed extramedullary haematopoiesis, which lead to hepatosplenomegaly and skeletal abnormalities that is missing in the clinical findings of these trials.
Our patient had marked hepatosplenomegaly, reticulonodular infiltration in the lungs, foam-cell infiltration in the bone marrow, and sphingomyelinase enzyme deficiency, but she had no neurologic findings, so we assumed that she was more likely to be NPD type B (1), (2).
CONCLUSION: Scrub typhus, an acute febrile illness caused by Orientia tsutsugamushi, should be suspected in children presenting with high grade fever, rash, conjuctival congestion, lymphadenopathy and hepatosplenomegaly especially in children coming from endemic areas.
2 (positive) speckled Anti-ds DNA 34 Enterocheck negative Mantoux test 5 mm CXR PA View Normal Echocardiography Normal study, no vegetations was found Hb electrophoresis Normal Serum ferritin 564ug/dl Ultrasound whole abdomen mild hepatosplenomegaly
A 15-year-old patient was hospitalized with swellings over her face and neck, fever, hepatosplenomegaly, pancytopenia, and hypertriglyceridemia.
The patient was administered a 14-day regimen of ganciclovir (10 mg/kg/day); results of liver function tests and blood count normalized, and hepatosplenomegaly decreased.
Their clinical presentations are nonspecific: The infected child will have chills, fever, headache, and mild hepatosplenomegaly.
Type A disease, which has an Ashkenazi Jewish predilection, is a severe neurodegenerative disease of infancy characterized by progressive psychomotor retardation, failure to thrive, hepatosplenomegaly, macular halo or cherry-red macula, and succumbs to death by 3 years of age.
A rapidly progressive form of myelofibrosis, called "malignant myelofibrosis" or "acute myelofibrosis (AMF)", is characterized by pancytopenia of sudden onset, megakaryocytic hyperplasia, excessive marrow fibrosis, and the absence of hepatosplenomegaly [1-3].
3%]patients (8 in vivax, 2 in falciparum and 3 in mixed infection respectively) One falciparum infected patient had hemolysis and severe anemia, Systolic BP of <90mm hg was seen in 6 [8%] patients (3 in vivax, 2 in falciparum and 1 in mixed infection respectively) Hepatosplenomegaly in 4 [5.
Hemophagocytic lymphohistiocytosis (HLH) is characterized by fever, hepatosplenomegaly, cytopenia, hyperferritinemia, hypertriglyceridemia, and/or hypofibrinogenemia, increased CD 25 level, and decreased natural killer activity [1].