mastocytosis

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mas·to·cy·to·sis

n. mastocitosis, mastocitos neoplásicos que aparecen en varios tejidos como urticaria pigmentosa.

mastocytosis

n mastocitosis f
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A bone marrow biopsy done had shown no evidence of mast cell disease, despite some abnormalities in megakaryocyte clustering and reticulum fibrosis.
Total serum tryptase can be used indirectly to assess mast cell burden, and its level has been correlated with the extent of mast cell disease.20
Balkman recommends that cats with multiple cutaneous MCTs be evaluated for visceral mast cell disease because the skin tumors can be a symptom of internal disease that has spread.
Bone marrow mast cell immunophenotyping in adults with mast cell disease: a prospective study of 33 patients.
Clinical evaluation, results of a complete blood cell count and biochemical analysis, and radiographs did not reveal systemic manifestation of mast cell disease. The mass was surgically resected, but surgical margins were limited because of the location of the mass and the small size of the patient.
Mast cell disease is characterized by tissue infiltration by multifocal aggregates of abnormal mast cells.
A bone marrow biopsy demonstrated systemic mast cell disease involving 5 to 10% of a hypercellular bone marrow and a diagnosis of systemic mastocytosis was made.
Flt-3 and c-kit mutation studies in a spectrum of chronic myeloid disorders including systemic mast cell disease. Leuk Res 2003;27:739-42.