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splenic

 [splen´ik]
pertaining to the spleen.

splen·ic

(splen'ik),
Relating to the spleen.
Synonym(s): lienal, splenetic (1)

splenic

/splen·ic/ (splen´ik) pertaining to the spleen.

splenic

(splĕn′ĭk)
adj.
Of, in, near, or relating to the spleen.

splenic

See spleen.

splen·ic

(splen'ik)
Relating to the spleen.
Synonym(s): lienal.

splenic

Pertaining to the spleen.

splenic

pertaining to the spleen.

splenic abscess
caused by hematogenous spread of an infection elsewhere, by penetration by a foreign body from the reticulum in cattle, by ulceration from the stomach in the horse. Manifested by fever and toxemia, pain on palpation over the spleen and by a positive paracentesis sample.
splenic artery
see Table 9.
splenic corpuscle
lymph nodules in the splenic matrix.
splenic displacement
may be detectable on palpation. Usually caused by displacement of the stomach or intestine to which the spleen is attached.
splenic enlargement
splenic fever
anthrax.
splenic hyperfunction
splenic meridian points
acupuncture points situated along the splenic meridian.
splenic phosphodiesterase
a ribonuclease that is a 5′→3′ exonuclease.
splenic rupture
only likely in a grossly enlarged spleen, e.g. in bovine viral leukosis.
splenic torsion
a twisting or rotation of the spleen on its vascular pedicle, often in association with gastric dilatation-volvulus in large breed dogs, results in primarily venous congestion and possibly thrombosis and infarction. Clinical signs include abdominal distention and pain, vomiting, and in acute cases cardiovascular collapse and shock.
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There might be cases of splenic enlargement in some of the tropical areas where there is existence of a tropical disease and hence a proper history of intermittent fever should be taken.
It is characterized by varying degrees of bone marrow failure, splenic enlargement and debilitating constitutional symptoms resulting in a significant loss in quality of life and reduced life-span.
MF is a serious neoplastic condition characterized by varying degrees of bone marrow failure, splenic enlargement and debilitating constitutional symptoms resulting in a significant loss in quality of life and reduced life-span.
Myelofibrosis (MF) is a serious neoplastic condition characterized by varying degrees of bone marrow failure, splenic enlargement and debilitating constitutional symptoms resulting in a significant loss in quality of life and reduced life-span.
Myelofibrosis is a serious neoplastic condition characterized by bone marrow failure, life-threatening splenic enlargement, and marked constitutional symptoms which adversely affect patients' quality of life.
Incyte will also describe further positive clinical results from the ongoing Phase Ib/IIa trial of INCB18424 in myelofibrosis, a serious neoplastic condition characterized by bone marrow failure, life-threatening splenic enlargement, and marked constitutional symptoms, causing patients a significant loss in quality of life.
MF is a serious neoplastic condition with a survival rate of 3 to 7 years that is characterized by varying degrees of bone marrow failure, life-threatening splenic enlargement, and marked constitutional symptoms, resulting in a significant loss in quality of life.