leukopenic


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leu·ko·pe·nic

(lū'kō-pē'nik),
Pertaining to leukopenia.

leu·ko·pe·nic

(lū'kō-pē'nik)
Pertaining to leukopenia.
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(10.) Vaughan WT Further studies on the leukopenic index in food allergy.
The objectives were to observe the duration for normalization of the Total Leucocyte Count (TLC) with adjuvant Granulocyte-Colony Stimulating Factor (G-CSF) treatment in leukopenic neonatal sepsis, and to compare the neutrophilic response to G-CSF in neutropenic vs non-neutropenic subgroups.
Repeat leukopenic incident occurred in 70% of patients who previously had a drug leukopenic event [89].
In order to investigate the association between CYP2E1 variant allele c2 and hematological and biochemical parameters, we selected in the leukopenic and control groups individuals with variant allele c2.
In relation to cytopenia, 3 male leukopenic subjects, 1 male neutropenic subject, 4 lymphopenic subjects (3 male, 1 female) and 1 neutropenic + lymphopenic subjects were found in the study group.
Overall, patients with immunosuppression and CDI were leukopenic (n = 29), thrombocytopenic (n = 26), hypoalbuminemic (n = 26), and had elevated serum creatinine levels (n = 12).
* bloodwork at admission: 20% of patients were leukopenic; 37% were anemic; and 14% were thrombocytopenic
The white blood cell count of people with typhoid fever is usually within reference ranges, with approximately one fourth of patients being leukopenic, neutropenic, or anemic.
Genotyping appears to be safe even in multiply transfused patients (19), although leukopenic patients were not specifically addressed.
She is pale, has a temperature of 102F and is slightly leukopenic but the physical exam and lab results are otherwise normal.
Physicians evaluating patients with an acute febrile illness should consider ehrlichiosis in the differential diagnosis, particularly if the patient is leukopenic or thrombocytopenic, and should solicit a history of known or possible exposure to ticks.
I've got a boy with hemophilia who is also lymphopenic (too few white blood cells called lymphocytes) and leukopenic (too few white blood cells called leukocytes) and he presented with herpes zoster.