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Doctor insights on: Symptoms Of Pure Red Cell Aplasia

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Any suggestions on which type of leukemia involves immature white blood cells, lymphocytic or myeloid?

Any suggestions on which type of leukemia involves immature white blood cells, lymphocytic or myeloid?

Acute leukemia: Immature white blood cells called blast cells are found in acute leukemia- both in acute lymphoblastic and myelogenous leukemia. It also can be seen in chronic myeloid leukemia- especially in certain phase of the disease. ...Read more

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What is the symptoms of sickle cell anemia?

What is the symptoms of sickle cell anemia?

Anemia, pain, crises: The most frequent presenting signs/symptoms of sickle cell include anemia and typical sickle cell crises which include pain crises (severe pain in arms, legs, shoulders, back), acute chest crisis (shortness of breath, cough, fever, lung infiltrate), dactylitis (pain toes/fingers usually as a toddler) and others. Most patients that have sickle cell trait are completely asymptomatic. ...Read more

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What cause the symptoms of sickle cell anemia?

What cause the symptoms of sickle cell anemia?

Symptoms of SS: The altered shape of the red blood cells causes them to stack up together and clog blood vessels, depriving the tissues of adequate blood supply and oxygen. The tissues then die (infarct) and this causes pain. The red cells also rupture or are eaten by the spleen and cause anemia. The spleen itself will gradually infarct, leaving the patient susceptible to infections. ...Read more

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What are the symptoms of sickle cell disease vs anemia?

What are the symptoms of sickle cell disease vs anemia?

Pain vs weakness: All anemias if bad enough will cause fatigue, weakness, lightheadedness, or shortness of breath with exercise. Sickle cell disease patients are anemic and have these issues, but also have episodes of pain that can occur anywhere in the body (sickle cell crisis) as an additional problem. ...Read more

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What are the symptoms of sickle cell anemia like?

What are the symptoms of sickle cell anemia like?

Pain.: When red cells sickle, they become rigid and block the flow of blood. If this happens in muscle or bone, the result is pain. In the lung it's pain and shortness of breath. In the brain, it can cause a stroke. Any organ can be effected. A painful crisis happens when blood flow is interrupted. They are episodic and unpredictable. ...Read more

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What are the symptoms of sickle cell anemia?

Several symptoms: Sickle cell anemia leads to pain in the bones. It can also lead to shortness of breath, fatigue, chest pain, strokes. ...Read more

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What are the symptoms of sickle cell trait vs anemia?

What are the symptoms of sickle cell trait vs anemia?

Trait is asymptomatc: A person with as hemoglobin (sickle cell trait is almost always asymptomatic themselves but can pass the mutated gene onto their children. A person with sshemoglobin(sickle cell anemia) is also sometimes asymptomatic, but often develops some symptoms including: anemia, fatigue, pain, slow growth, increased incidence of infection crises, etc. ...Read more

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What are signs and symptoms of sickle cell anemia?

Anemia&pain: Anemia and pain crises ,it could be bone crises or vaso-occlusive sickle crisis.,acute chest syndrome,acute abdominal pain,infection ,and aplastic crisis. ...Read more

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What type of leukemia involves immature white blood cells: lymphocytic or myeloid?

What type of leukemia involves immature white blood cells: lymphocytic or myeloid?

Leukemias: Acute leukemias are those with large numbers of immature cells that grow quickly. They can be either myeloid or lymphoid in lineage. Chronic leukemias have more mature cells, a longer course, but can also be myeloid or lymphoid. A hematologist/oncologist is generally the treating physician, and a hematopathologist is the one who give the specific syping. ...Read more

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What are the signs and symptoms of sickle cell anemia?

What are the signs and symptoms of sickle cell anemia?

Sickle Cell Crises: Sickle cell disease can lead to very painful "crises" with severe pain in the bones and joints, in the chest, and in the head. This is caused by changes in the red blood cells, that cause round flexible red cells into stiff, "sickled" cells that cause blockages and blood blood clots. The pain is comes from lack of oxygen to the tissues - like having a heart attack, but in the bones. ...Read more

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What is red blood cell disorder; some examples?

What is red blood cell disorder; some examples?

Many: 1/3 the field of hematology is devoted to RBC disorders ( the other 2/3 is platelets and wbc's). The most common disorder is anemia which may be caused by a large variety of conditions. One could have the opposite disorder of too many red blood cells and this is known as erythrocytosis. One could have red cells that are filled with unusual hemoglobin such as the thalassemias. ...Read more

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What are similar sickle cell and aplastic anemia symptoms?

What are similar sickle cell and aplastic anemia symptoms?

Anemia: The only thing similar is that both have anemia ( decrease level of hemoglobin ). That is all. Sickle cell anemia and aplastic anemia are completely different disorders. Each has different pathogenesis, different clinical manifestation/symptoms, etiologies, treatments etc. ...Read more

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What are the symptoms of sickle cell anaemia?

What are the symptoms of sickle cell anaemia?

Many.: Basically, sickle cell disease causes disturbance of the blood vessels, typically smaller vessels. Over time, this can cause many problems. Painful episodes, eye problems, lung problems (similar to pneumonia), strokes, decreased spleen function (which can cause severe infections), kidney problems, and other problems. Sickle cell disease is not the same in all people. Some have milder symptoms. ...Read more

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Is high white blood cell count symptoms of kidney infection?

Is high white blood cell count symptoms of kidney infection?

Often: The absolute neutrophil count often goes up when there's a bacterial kidney infection. These are not to be taken lightly -- before antibiotics, they were major killers especially of young women. ...Read more

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What are the symptoms of hairy cell leukemia?

What are the symptoms of hairy cell leukemia?

Fatigue: Hairy cell leukemia is a very rare disorder. It is diagnosed, usually, when a person presents with severe fatigue, and anemia is detected. A large spleen is often detected on examination. ...Read more

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What are the symptoms of sickle cell disease- hydroxyurea?

What are the symptoms of sickle cell disease- hydroxyurea?

Well tolerated drug.: Hydrea (hydroxyurea) is a chemotherapy like drug that can help prevent painful crises in patients with sickle cell disease. It is well tolerated for the most part. There can be fatigue, mouth sores and loose stools. It will routinely lower the white blood cell count and platelets, but not to dangerous levels. Hemoglobin may actually improve. There is ? Of leukemia risk in other diseases, but not in scd. ...Read more

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What are the symptoms of a high white blood cell count resulting from clozaril (clozapine)?

What are the symptoms of a high white blood cell count resulting from clozaril (clozapine)?

Leukocytosis: Fever, bleeding or bruising, trouble breathing, pain or tingling, dizziness, trouble thinking, poor appetite, all depending on the cause. Also, can be asymptomatic. ...Read more

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What are the causes of chronic moderate autoimmune neutropenia & moderate-severe thrombocytopenia with giant platelets? Occasionally anemic.

What are the causes of chronic moderate autoimmune neutropenia & moderate-severe thrombocytopenia with giant platelets? Occasionally anemic.

Autoimmunity: The development of an autoimmune disease is most likely from impaired regulation of the immune function leading to immunologic attack on one's own tissue. The presence of one autoimmune disease increases the risk to develop another one probably from the impaired regulation. However we have still much to learn about autoimmunity as to why some people are more prone to it (female are more at risk). ...Read more

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My father has a rare type of sickle cell that affects his WBC's instead of RBC's. Is there any information on this type of Sickle Cell Trait?

My father has a rare type of sickle cell that affects his WBC's instead of RBC's. Is there any information on this type of Sickle Cell Trait?

Get better info: Your dad may have a white cell disorder but it has nothing to do with sickle cell trait which is a specific red cell disorder. You need to consult with your day and find out the proper name for his disorder before we can comment. A doc may have compared it to sickle cell trait to try to explain it. ...Read more

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What are the effects of sickle cell anemia?

What are the effects of sickle cell anemia?

Many.: Basically, sickle cell disease causes disturbance of the blood vessels, typically smaller vessels. Over time, this can cause many problems. Painful episodes, eye problems, lung problems (similar to pneumonia), strokes, decreased spleen function (which can cause severe infections), kidney problems, and o ther problems. Sickle cell disease is not the same in all people. Some have milder symptoms. ...Read more

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