cytosis

cy·to·sis

(sī-tō'sis),
1. A condition in which there is more than the usual number of cells, as in the cytosis of spinal fluid in acute leptomeningitis.
2. Frequently used with a prefixed combining form as a means of describing certain features pertaining to cells; for example, isocytosis, equality in size; polycytosis, abnormal increase in number.
[cyto- + G. -osis, condition]

cytosis

[sītō′sis]
a condition in which there is a greater than normal number of cells in a tissue or organ.

cy·to·sis

(sī-tō'sis)
1. A condition with more than the usual number of cells present, as in the spinal fluid in meningitis.
2. Frequently used with a prefixed combining form as a means of describing certain features pertaining to cells; e.g., isocytosis, equality in size; polycytosis, abnormal increase in number.
[cyto- + G. -osis, condition]
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67 Table 4: Haemato-biochemical categorisation of DFM positive animals with clinical signs (n=30) Leuco- Neutro- Low Erythro- Thrombo- Elevated cytosis philia Hb cytopenia cytopenia Creatinine 8 11 9 6 9 7 26.
Furthermore, when a patient with a previous diagnosis of malignancy developed fever and hyperferritinemia, hemophagocytic lymphohistio cytosis should be considered in the differential diagnosis.
CYTOLOGICAL CHARACTERISTICS OF BRONCHOALVEOLAR-LAVAGE FLUID IN PATIENTS WITH PURULENT ENDOBRONCHITIS DURING THE TREATMENT BY USING OF AUTOTRANSPLANTATION Indexes Control Treatment with using (comparison group) autotransplantation n=10 with ozonized physiologic saline (basic group) n=30 I-bronchoscopy I-bronchoscopy Cytosis 11.
Liver Spleen Moderate Moderate Marked Vacuolar or marked histiocy- histio- Treatment change fibrosis tosis cytosis Azithromycin, 21 d (n = 6) 6 1 3 0 Doxycycline, 21 d (n = 7) 4 0 5 2 Doxycycline, 45 d (n = 6) 5 2 3 1 Positive control (n = 4) 4 1 3 0
Clinical presentation * Route cytosis 1 Acute febrile illness with Crack/ 2 nausea, vomiting, fatigue, Smoke headache, and myalgias 2 Acute febrile illness with Crack/ 1 nausea, vomiting, pharyngitis, Smoke fatigue, headache, and myalgias 3 Possible peritonsillar abscess Unknown 1 with fever, pharyngitis, fatigue, headache, and myalgias 4 Acute febrile illness with Powder/ 2 myalgias Snort 5 Vomiting and diarrhea with Crack/ 0 headache, chills, and back Smoke pain 6 Pharyngitis, dyspnea, sore Powder/ 0 gums and teeth, swollen Snort glands 7 Fever, mouth sores, Crack/ 0 lymphadenitis Smoke 8 Fever, body aches Powder/ 0 Smoke 9 Pharyngitis with painful gums Powder/ 0 and lesions on ears, arms, Snort legs, and trunk 10 Arm and neck mass with fever Powder/ 1 and cough.
Other cancers were Burkett's lymphoma (n = 1), Wilm's tumor (n = 4), Ewing's sarcoma (n = 3), Hodgkin's lymphoma (n = 1), non-Hodgkin's lymphoma (n = 5), rhabdomyosarcoma (n = 3), histiocytosis (n = 1), renal cell cytosis (n = 1), neuroblastoma (n = 5), primitive neuro ectodermal tumor of chest and lung (PNET, n = 2), meduloblastoma (n = 4), astrocytoma (n = 3), and ependymoma (n = 1).
Mrs Howell contracted cytosis from a parrot while she was at the RSPCA centre and was forced to stop working there as the illness developed in her lungs.
Patients with odontogenic infections typically report a recent onset of tenderness and swelling of the face and neck, which are usually accompanied y fever and process cytosis.
Diagnosis n Immature Hyperseg- Immature erythroid mented WBC precursor neutrophil Aplastic anemia 23 -- -- -- Megaloblastic anemia 13 3 5 -- Acute leukemia 8 -- -- 8 Hypersplenism 2 -- -- -- MDS 3 -- -- 1 Non-Hodgkins lymphoma 3 2 -- 1 Hepatitis 2 -- -- -- Leishmaniasis 2 -- -- -- Hemolytic anemia 1 -- -- -- HIV associate 1 -- -- -- Malignant infiltration 1 -- -- -- Drug induced 1 -- -- -- Total 60 Diagnosis Lympho- Increased Anisopoi- cytosis reticulo- kilocytosis cytes Aplastic anemia 21 -- 4 Megaloblastic anemia 9 2 9 Acute leukemia 7 1 4 Hypersplenism 2 -- 1 MDS 3 -- 1 Non-Hodgkins lymphoma 3 -- 1 Hepatitis 2 -- 1 Leishmaniasis 2 -- 2 Hemolytic anemia -- 1 1 HIV associate 1 -- 1 Malignant infiltration 1 -- 1 Drug induced 1 -- 1 Total
Tracheobronchial lymph nodes and palatine tonsils had severe sinus histio cytosis and lymphocytolysis and moderate infiltration by neutrophils.
CYTOLOGICAL CHARACTERISTIC OF BRONCHOALVEOLAR-LAVAGE FLUID IN PATIENTS WITH RECURRENT BRONCHITIS AND FOREIGN BODIES IN BRONCHUS Indices Traditional treatment (comparison group) n=10 I-bronchoscopy II-bronchoscopy Cytosis 11.