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megaloblastic

pertaining to or emanating from a megaloblast.
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Megaloblastic anemia in Chinese patients: a review of 52 cases.
Elevation of serum S-adenosylhomocysteine in severe cobalamin deficient megaloblastic anemia [Abstract].
Thalassemic syndromes Heterozygous beta thalassemia Other hemoglobinopathies Artifact in the presence of Hb S Some Hb variants with thalassemic phenotype Acquired conditions Megaloblastic anemia Hyperthyroidism Pseudoxanthoma elasticum Hypertrophic osteoarthropathy Treatment-related conditions Antiretroviral therapy in patients with HIV
Megaloblastic conversion: This occurs as early as one week after beginning alcohol consumption.
Key Words: Leukemia, Megaloblastic Anemia, Aplastic Anemia
Hungry bone syndrome is a severe complication of neglected primary hyperparathyroidism, which associated with iron-deficiency, megaloblastic anemia and bone fibrosis, besides the renal failure, suggests that the severity was determined by the term of hyperparathyroidism and the increased number of complications.
Diphyllobothriosis is notoriously known as a potential cause of vitamin B12 avitaminosis and megaloblastic anemia (35).
Megaloblastic anemia of pregnancy: characteristics of pure megaloblastic anemia and megaloblastic anemia associated with Iron deficiency.
The dietary supplements of B complex vitamins, especially the thiamine, may also be administered to prevent the complications that can occur in patients with ethanol abuse, because the megaloblastic anemia is almost a "rule" in chronic alcoholics.
12] deficiency was first reported in six South Indian infants, who presented at 7-12 months with megaloblastic anaemia, developmental regression and skin hyperpigmentation.
0% in other birth defects, pregnant women [8] megaloblastic anemia, heart disease, stroke, impaired cognitive function, depression Vitamin A * 8.