secondary thrombocytosis

secondary thrombocytosis

Mentioned in ?
References in periodicals archive ?
The causes of reactive or secondary thrombocytosis have been studied on several occasions.
The causes of thrombocytosis could be multiple such as myeloproliferative disorders, reactive or secondary thrombocytosis or Hyposplenism or Post splenectomy.
The clinical features of secondary thrombocytosis are almost always a result of the underlying disorder provoking the reaction.
Thrombotic or hemorrhagic complications caused by reactive or secondary thrombocytosis are described only anecdotally and must be regarded as extremely rare.
9]/L had secondary thrombocytosis while only 14% has a myeloproliferative neoplasm.