plasmacytosis

plasmacytosis

 [plaz″mah-si-to´sis]
an excess of plasmacytes in the blood.

plas·ma·cy·to·sis

(plaz'mă-sī-tō'sis),
1. Presence of plasma cells in the circulating blood.
2. Presence of unusually large proportions of plasma cells in the tissues or exudates.
[plasmacyte + G. -osis, condition]

plasmacytosis

Hematology An abnormal ↑ in circulating or tissue plasma cells DiffDx Neoplastic–Myeloma, macroglobulinemia, gamma heavy chain disease, CLL, carcinoma–breast, lung, etc Infectious–bacterial RMSF, streptococcus, syphilis, TB Parasitic Malaria, trichinosis, visceral larva migrans Viral CMV, EBV–infectious mononucleosis, rubella, rubeola, varicella encephalitis, hepatitis Allergic-drugs Penicillin, sulfa compounds, antitoxins–eg, diphtheria Etc–Chemotherapy, immune responses, transfusions, trauma

plas·ma·cy·to·sis

(plaz'mă-sī-tō'sis)
1. The presence of plasma cells in the circulating blood.
2. The presence of unusually large proportions of plasma cells in the tissues or exudates.
[plasmacyte + G. -osis, condition]
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A bone marrow biopsy and aspirate showed a reactive marrow with eosinophilia and no plasmacytosis or immunophenotypical evidence of a clonal B lymphocyte population.
(16) In addition, autoimmune hepatitis typically has a more striking plasmacytosis as well as more significant lobular activity and hepatocellular damage, including bridging necrosis.
Interfollicular areas showed paracortical plasmacytosis (figure 2, B).
MGUS still requires the presence of a serum monoclonal protein in a concentration of 3 g/dL or less, less than 10% plasmacytosis in the bone marrow, asymptomatic status, and absence of end-organ damage as traditionally defined in the acronym CRAB (calcium elevation, renal insufficiency, anemia, or bony disease).
Reactive plasmacytosis was seen in 4 cases (1.8%) and one case of multiple myeloma was reported.
Chen, "Perifollicular granulomas with IgG4 plasmacytosis: A case report and review of literature," World Journal of Clinical Cases, vol.
Since CKD is predominantly a disease of the elderly so it is not rare to find the co-morbidities including plasmacytosis, malignancies and their effects on the BM in patients of CKD.
[12-15] Many of these studies highlight the difficulties in diagnosis of MM in HIV-positive patients, as the two diseases share some common clinical features, especially anaemia, fatigue, weight loss, bone marrow plasmacytosis, renal insufficiency and recurrent bacterial infections.
Histopathological examination of the skin was consistent with neutrophilic urticaria (Figure 2a) and lymph nodes showed follicular hyperplasia and polytypic plasmacytosis (Figure 2b) with polyclonality to IgH/K/L genes.
[2] cervical, and right perirenal lymphadenopathies HHV8+, EBV+ HCV+, HIV- M/61 Submandibular, Preserved inguinal, architecture and paratracheal germinal centers M/61 lymphadenopathies were replaced HHV8+, EBV+, HIV- partially or completely by tumor cells: plasmablasts and anaplastic cells Normal mantle zones Prominent plasmacytosis in the interfollicular zones F/63 Left leg swelling and paraesthesia para-aortic lymphadenopathy Not available Taris et F/49 Isolated jugular Nodular al.
Stromal reactions of chronic inflammation and immune reaction in bone marrow include chronic granulomatous inflammation, reactive changes, plasmacytosis, histiocytic hyperplasia, chronic inflammation with fibrosis and amyloidosis.8
The megakaryoblasts were markedly reduced with reactive plasmacytosis. CD117 and CD34 each marked approximately 50% of the myeloid progenitor cells.