hypoproliferative anemias

hypoproliferative anemias

[-prolif′ərətiv′]
a group of anemias caused by inadequate production of erythrocytes. The condition is associated with protein deficiencies, renal disease, and myxedema.
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The last category of hypoproliferative anemias comprises the aplastic anemias--those involving failure of bone marrow production of one or more cell lines--and fits this case the best.
1%, which is very low and indicates a hypoproliferative anemia.