hepatosplenomegaly


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hepatosplenomegaly

 [hep″ah-to-sple″no-meg´ah-le]
enlargement of the liver and spleen.

hep·a·to·splen·o·meg·a·ly

(hep'ă-tō-splē'nō-meg'ă-lē),
Enlargement of the liver and spleen.
Synonym(s): hepatolienomegaly
[hepato- + G. splēn, spleen, + megas, large]

hepatosplenomegaly

/hep·a·to·sple·no·meg·a·ly/ (-splen″o-meg´ah-le) enlargement of the liver and spleen.

hepatosplenomegaly

(hĕp′ə-tō-splē′nō-mĕg′ə-lē, -splĕn′ō-)
n.
Enlargement of the liver and the spleen.

hepatosplenomegaly

[-splē′nōmeg′əlē]
Etymology: Gk, hēpar, liver, splen + megas, large
enlargement of the spleen and liver.

hepatosplenomegaly

Medtalk Enlarged liver and spleen

hep·a·to·splen·o·meg·a·ly

(hep'ă-tō-splē-nō-meg'ă-lē)
Enlargement of the liver and spleen.
[hepato- + G. splēn, spleen, + megas, large]

hepatosplenomegaly

enlargement of the liver and spleen.
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Hepatosplenomegaly can also accompany some infectious diseases and other genetic disorders, including familial hemophagocytic lymphohistiocytosis.
He demonstrated head control and could sit without support, and hepatosplenomegaly was absent; however, there was marked hair growth on his forehead, arms, legs, and especially back (Figures 1, 2).
It affects a variable number of joints; the common extra-articular features are pericarditis, a characteristic evanescent rash, hepatosplenomegaly, quotidian fever, and lymphadenopathy.
5,6) In the present case, the salient features of Scrub Typhus like fever, maculopapular rash, hepatosplenomegaly, pallor, myalgia, irritability were noted.
After transplantation, all reduced peripheral blood cells gradually turned to be stable, the bone mineral density decreased, and the hepatosplenomegaly was getting better.
6 In premature infants exhibiting cytopaenia affecting at least two of three cell lineage in the peripheral blood and hepatosplenomegaly, neonatologists should suspect HLH and perform bone marrow aspiration and biopsy.
Isolated hepatomegaly and hepatosplenomegaly were the common signs.
On physical examination there is mild conjunctival injection, no intraoral lesions, and no lymphadenopathy or hepatosplenomegaly.
Increased bone density causes limitation of bone marrow cavity that results in hematopoiesis failure and anemia or pancytopenia followed by hepatosplenomegaly and frontal bossing due to extramedullary hematopoiesis.
Further investigation revealed bicytopenia with hepatosplenomegaly.
Storage disorder like Gaucher's disease can present like DCM but usually associated with hepatosplenomegaly.
Examination revealed an active, anthropometrically normal, febrile child with axillary lymphadenopathy and hepatosplenomegaly.