sideropenic


Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus.
Related to sideropenic: sideropenic dysphagia, sideropenic anemia

sid·er·o·pe·nic

(sid'ĕr-ō-pē'nik),
Characterized by sideropenia.

sid·er·o·pe·nic

(sid'ĕr-ō-pē'nik)
Characterized by sideropenia.

sideropenia

(sĭd″ĕr-ō-pē′nē-ă) [″ + penia, poverty]
Iron deficiency in the blood.
sideropenic, adjective
References in periodicals archive ?
[11] indicate that total volume of chorionic villi (terminal and others) of the placentas of the mother with sideropenic anemia counts 157.80 [cm.sup.3] and is significantly lower compared to the control group counting 234.5 [cm.sup.3].
According to our research data, there is statistically significant increase of volume density of terminal villis' capillaries in placentas of mothers with sideropenic anemia where it counts 0.53 [mm.sup.[omicron]] and compared to the control group that counts 0.42 [mm.sup.[omicron]].
Our research indicates that mild and moderate maternal sideropenic anemia lead to significant morphological and structural changes in terminal villi.
Serum and erythrocyte levels of magnesium in microcytosis: comparison between heterozygous beta-thalassemia and sideropenic anemia.
In elderly patients with sideropenic anaemia, re-examination of the colon should be performed early if the first examination is negative.
Falsely high values could be found in sideropenic anemia probably due to the enlarged share of old erythrocytes in blood.
Sideropenic anemia and celiac disease: one study, two points of view.
During a period of 18 months, a total of 197 outpatients aged over 60 years were referred for endoscopy to the Turku City Hospital for abdominal symptoms, heartburn, chest pain or sideropenic anaemia.
The most often cause of sideropenic anemia in infants during the period of their fast growth and development is incorrect nutrition or insufficient intake of food rich in iron.
The first retrospective study included 507 children aged 1 to 24 months with sideropenic anemia who were hospitalized at the Institute of Child and Youth Healthcare of Vojvodina, Department for Infant and Small Children's Pathology during the period of eight years.
Breastfeeding for more than six months of life without the addition of iron, early feeding with unmodified cow's milk or solid foods can be the causes of sideropenic anemia.