The council's public health department also submitted a report highlighting the side effects of laughing gas including dizziness, nausea, megaloblastic anaemia
and nerve damage.
Administration of PHZ resulted in megaloblastic anaemia
characterised by decreases in RBC, Hb, and PCV.
It has been found that incidence of megaloblastic anaemia
is increasing over last two decades.
Heavy metal poisoning, haemoglobinopathies, severe infections, sideroblastic anaemia, megaloblastic anaemia
Iron deficiency, haemolytic and megaloblastic anaemia
occur in diabetes through various mechanisms.
: prevalence and causative factors.
(MA), myelodysplastic syndromes (MDSs), HIV
Folic acid: plasma levels usually indicate deficiency, and megaloblastic anaemia
is frequently present in adults, but uncommon in children.
. In: API Textbook of Medicine, 9th edn.
[12,14] Also, since the CHr is calculated from the reticulocyte MCV, patients with haemoglobinopathy associated with microcytosis will have a falsely low CHr, while patients with megaloblastic anaemia
or macrocytic indices (MCV >100 fl), including some patients on antiretroviral therapy, will have a falsely elevated CHr.
Infantile vitamin [B.sub.12] deficiency was first reported in six South Indian infants, who presented at 7-12 months with megaloblastic anaemia
, developmental regression and skin hyperpigmentation.
due to vitamin B12 deficiency was diagnosed through a combination of clinical and laboratory findings, including clinical presentation, increased mean corpuscular volume (macrocytosis), hypersegmentation of neutrophils, and low vitamin B12 levels.