haemosiderosis


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he·mo·sid·er·o·sis

(hē'mō-sid-ĕr-ō'sis)
Accumulation of hemosiderin in tissue, particularly in the liver and spleen.
See: hemochromatosis
Synonym(s): haemosiderosis.
[hemosiderin + -osis, condition]

haemosiderosis

Excessive deposition of iron in the tissues. When this is severe enough to casue tissue damage it is known as HAEMOCHROMATOSIS.

he·mo·sid·er·o·sis

(hē'mō-sid-ĕr-ō'sis)
Accumulation of hemosiderin in tissue, particularly in liver and spleen.
Synonym(s): haemosiderosis.
[hemosiderin + -osis, condition]
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Our histological analysis revealed that iron was deposited in the extracellular matrix of the articular cartilage, which is consistent with our diagnosis of haemosiderosis. Interestingly, the hemosiderin in haemophilic arthropathy is derived from the phagocytosis of red blood cells after the formation of joint hematoma via intra-articular bleeding [10].
In this case, we conclude that the severe pigmentation and destruction of the articular cartilage (similar to that observed in ochronotic arthritis due to haemosiderosis) occurred after chronic haemarthrosis, despite the patient having no underlying disease, drug usage, or traumatic episode, which ultimately required total knee arthroplasty.
Idiopathic Pulmonary Haemosiderosis (IPH), first described in 1851 by Virchow as 'brown lung in duration'' used to bean incidental finding at autopsy.
Idiopathic Pulmonary Haemosiderosis presenting as severe iron deficiency anaemia- A case from Pakistan.
Idiopathic pulmonary haemosiderosis (IPH) is a rare but potentially lethal disorder in young children with an unknown aetiology and reported incidence of 0.24 to 1.23.1
Idiopathic pulmonary haemosiderosis is a rare disease in Paediatrics.
[16] The main goal of neocytes transfusion is reduction of numbers of required transfusion by extending the transfusion intervals to prevent incidence of transfusion related hazards and iron overload (Haemosiderosis) and its sequel: growth failure, hypogonadism, diabetes mellitus, hepatic disease, cardiac failure and death.
Investigation of the aetiology of haemosiderosis in the starling (Sturnus vulgaris).
Accumulation of hemosiderin in alveolar, lobular and perivascular interstitium, filling of alveoli with hemosiderin-laden macrophages and fibrosis leads to pulmonary haemosiderosis in chronic M.S.(Fig.
Liver iron stores in patients with secondary haemosiderosis under iron chelation therapy with deferoxamine or deferiprone.