Only 1 study has provided an estimate of the frequency of the NS-related myeloproliferative disorder
(NS/MPD) or monocytosis of NS .
Majority of patients with noncirrhotic, nonmalignant PVT have better prognosis compared to patients with cirrhosis-associated PVT and PVT associated with advanced malignancy or rapidly progressing myeloproliferative disorder
. In those cases, survival is limited by underlying disease rather than PVT itself.
Scapin et al., "Heparin-induced thrombocytopenia in patients with philadelphia-negative myeloproliferative disorders
and unusual splanchnic or cerebral vein thrombosis," Acta Haematologica, vol.
They most commonly arise in patients previously diagnosed with a myeloproliferative disorder
, but they can be the presenting sign of cancer or even precede the onset of hematogenous disease by months to years.
ETV6-ACSL6 fusion is a rare abnormality that is associated with myeloproliferative disorders
, myelodysplasia, or acute myeloid leukemia with eosinophilia or basophilia.
in equines species are rarely reported (SEARCY & ORR, 1981; McCLURE et al., 0001; TAINTOR, 0010).
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(2) Leukemogenic risk of Hydroxyurea is extrapolated from its reported risk in myeloproliferative disorders
. (3) Hematologic Malignancies in patient with sickle cell anemia are rare.
The causes of thrombocytosis could be multiple such as myeloproliferative disorders
,reactive thrombocytosis, Post splenectomy and hyposplenism.2
Congenital leukaemia and the neonatal myeloproliferative disorders
associated with Down's syndrome.
Hematologic malignancies can be categorized as myeloid neoplasms, lymphoid neoplasms (leukemias and lymphomas), and myeloproliferative disorders
A prospective evaluation of primary myeloproliferative disorders
. Gastroenterology 1988;94:1063-9.