hyperviscosity


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hyperviscosity

(ˌhaɪpəvɪsˈkɒsətɪ)
n, pl -ties
the abnormal thickening of a liquid
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hyperviscosity

n. hiperviscosidad, viscosidad excesiva.
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4) Risk factors associated with retinal vein occlusion include Diabetes mellitus, Hypertension, Glaucoma, Hyperviscosity, Hyperhomocysteinaemia and advanced age.
Hyperviscosity syndrome secondary to a myelomaassociated IgG(1) kappa paraprotein strongly reactive against the HIV-1 p24 gag antigen.
Guidelines also warn against the risks of adverse transfusion events in these patients, including iron overload, hemolysis, hyperviscosity, and most important for this discussion, the risk of alloimmunization to foreign RBC antigens.
Risk factors may include: advanced age, prolonged immobilisation, hypercoagulable conditions, history of venous or arterial thrombosis, use of estrogens, indwelling vascular catheters, hyperviscosity, and cardiovascular risk factors.
1) Advanced age, procedures involving multiple muscles, procedures on vertical muscles, hyperviscosity, and systemic vascular diseases are among the risk factors for anterior segment ischemia.
Effect of seminal hyperviscosity on acrosomal integrity and sperm motility before and after cryopreservation.
Dyspnea results from hyperviscosity syndrome, hemolytic or other anemias, and/or direct lung involvement including pleural effusion, pulmonary infiltrates, or a mass.
In mammals, hyphema has also been associated with a variety of coagulopathies, thrombocytopenia, bone marrow disease, hyperviscosity syndrome, and systemic hypertension, although these entities are not currently reported causes of hyphema in birds.
3) In these cases, pernio may be more persistent and hyperviscosity may contribute to its pathogenesis.
Some mechanisms include blood hyperviscosity caused by hyperglycemia, leading to blood brain barrier disruption; increased sensitivity of dopaminergic receptors in postmenopausal period, remember female predominance; decreased gamma-aminobutyric acid (GABA) in striatum secondary to a nonketotic state.
Macroglobulinemia causes hyperviscosity syndrome and lymphoplasmatic infiltration of the tissues and bone marrow.
sup][4] Elevated venous pressure in the optic nerve head and papilledema may cause plasma leakage into the interstitial space, leading to hemoconcentration and local hyperviscosity.