blood dyscrasias

blood dyscrasias (diskrā´zhēəz),

n the pathologic conditions or disorders such as leukemia or hemophilia in which the constituents of the blood are abnormal or are present in abnormal quantity.
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It also occurs as a manifestation associated with genetic disorders or may be due to several blood dyscrasias, such as leukemia and thrombocytopenia.
12) CBC, INR, and PTT Assess for infection, thrombocytosis, polycythemia, anemia (increases stroke risk), blood dyscrasias, and bleeding risk.
For instance, blood transfusions help patients replenish blood loss from injury and surgery, and manage symptoms of cancer treatment and blood dyscrasias.
Data regarding other, co-morbidities like, hypertension, diabetes mellitus, hepatitis, gastrointestinal disorders, cardiac, renal disorders and blood dyscrasias was also collected.
Other diseases in which patients experience Raynaud's are dermatomyositis, rheumatoid arthritis, atherosclerosis and various blood dyscrasias.
Patients with liver or kidney disease, blood dyscrasias, diabetes mellitus, severe cardiopulmonary diseases, or scleroderma renal crisis were excluded.
14,17) Leukocytosis can affect blood monitoring, possibly masking other blood dyscrasias, when lithium is used concurrently with clozapine.
Hine LK, Gerstman BB, Wise RP, Tsong Y Mortality resulting from blood dyscrasias in the United States, 1984.
and previously diagnosed/ Immunodeficiency syndromes or blood dyscrasias, as per medical record.
A few case reports have indicated that clozapine may be associated with blood dyscrasias other than leukocytosis and agranulocytosis, such as leukocytosis (3).
Renal cysts, blood dyscrasias, or anticoagulant and antiplatelet therapy are some of the less common causes.