hemopathy


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hemopathy

 [he-mop´ah-the]
any disease of the blood. adj., adj hemopath´ic.

he·mop·a·thy

(hē-mop'ă-thē),
Any abnormal condition or disease of the blood or hemopoietic tissues.
Synonym(s): hematopathy
[hemo- + G. pathos, suffering]

hemopathy

/he·mop·a·thy/ (he-mop´ah-the) any disease of the blood.hemopath´ic

he·mop·a·thy

(hē-mop'ă-thē)
Any abnormal condition or disease of the blood or hemopoietic tissues.
Synonym(s): haemopathy.
[hemo- + G. pathos, suffering]

hemopathy

any disease of the blood.
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1998) reported respiratory tract inflammation and hemopathy in manatees dying during extensive 1996 K.
According to the information available from the patients' records, these individuals were divided into three groups: (a) 174 patients without obvious hemopathy, and presenting with a disease condition known as an etiology for RT (35 were recovering from recent major surgery, 53 were infected, 33 had a combination of infection and surgery, and 23 presented with nonhematologic malignancy); (b) 42 patients with well-documented MPD [CML: 6; ET: 12; PV: 22; myelofibrosis (MF): 2]; (c) 34 patients with a hemopathy, different from MPD.
The exclusion of 34 patients in the preliminary phase of the study was inspired by the fact that they had a hemopathy other than MPD; the vast majority of them (32 of 34) were recovering from intensive chemotherapy and therefore had also a known etiologic factor for RT.