hypereosinophilia


Also found in: Wikipedia.

hypereosinophilia

 [hi″per-e″o-sin″o-fil´e-ah]
extreme eosinophilia. adj., adj hypereosinophil´ic.

hy·per·e·o·sin·o·phil·i·a

(hī'pĕr-ē'ō-sin-ō-fil'ē-ă),
A greater degree of abnormal increase in the number of eosinophilic granulocytes in the circulating blood or the tissues; for example, in diseases where the degree of eosinophilia usually ranges from 10-30%, an increase to 50% or 60% (or more) might be regarded as hypereosinophilia.

hypereosinophilia

/hy·per·eo·sin·o·phil·ia/ (-e″o-sin″o-fil´e-ah) extreme eosinophilia.hypereosinophil´ic

hy·per·e·o·sin·o·phil·i·a

(hī'pĕr-ē'ō-sin-ō-fil'ē-ă)
A greater degree of increase in the number of eosinophilic granulocytes in the circulating blood or the tissues than would be expected in the disease or condition causing the increase.

hy·per·e·o·sin·o·phil·i·a

(hī'pĕr-ē'ō-sin-ō-fil'ē-ă)
A greater degree of abnormal increase in the number of eosinophilic granulocytes in the circulating blood or the tissues.

hypereosinophilia

an extreme degree of eosinophilia.
References in periodicals archive ?
Neuronal degeneration and necrosis are evident by hypereosinophilia, angular degeneration, loss of neuronal detail, and vacuolation (double arrows in panels A, D).
Cytoplasmic hypereosinophilia, extensive nuclear pyknosis, and loss of intercellular borders in some of the hepatocytes were detected in the sections of the liver obtained from the DM group (figure 3A).
DRESS syndrome should be highly suspected in patients with symptoms, including skin rash, fever, liver involvement, hypereosinophilia, and lymphadenopathy, especially coexisted with reactivation of the cytomegalovirus.
A patient can be described as having idiopathic hypereosinophilia if there is persistent moderate or severe eosinophilia for at least 6 months without an identified cause, and the diagnosis of hypereosinophilic syndrome (HES) is applicable when end-organ damage occurs because of persistent moderate or severe eosinophilia.
Echocardiography which was performed to evaluate organ involvement for hypereosinophilic syndrome which was included in the differential diagnosis was found to be normal during the investigations performed to elucidate the etiology of hypereosinophilia.
At the present time, AISE is supposed to be a hypersensitivity reaction related to a variant of angioneurotic edema often associated with a hypereosinophilia in 77.
The complex mixture of cytokines secreted by these cells including IL-4, IL-5 and IL-13 explain two clinical findings in AD patients: hypereosinophilia (linked to the hyperproduction of IL-5) and hypergammaglobulinemia E (linked to the IL-4) [7, 8].
3) Pulmonary larval migration will be associated with cough, pleuritic chest pain, pleural effusions, hemoptysis, and accompanying peripheral hypereosinophilia (twenty to seventy-two percent).
Case report: rapid and complete control of idiopathic hypereosinophilia with imatinib mesylate.
At the time, a bone biopsy was performed and revealed a hypercellular with marked hypereosinophilia.
Other exclusion criteria were: (i) history of renal, haematologic, gastrointestinal or metabolic disease (leukaemia, polycythaemia, hypereosinophilia, cystic fibrosis, hepatitis, cirrhosis, cancer), gastrointestinal surgery, malnutrition, growth retardation, malabsorption, or prematurity; (ii) taking drugs containing vitamin [B.
3 103/L) hypereosinophilia (30%) elevated CRP and RF (1000 IU/ml) and IgE levels (1160 IU/ml) in the serum were observed.