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iron-deficient erythropoiesis in 66.1% of women and 48.7% of men and no iron stores (serum ferritin concentration < 12 ng/mL) in 27.1% of women and 16.4% of men. In another study 2 performed in healthy human blood donors in Norway, repeated donations

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progenitor cell receptors in the bone marrow to stimulate erythropoiesis and increase Hct. In human and veterinary medicine, DPO is commonly given to patients with chronic progressive anemia, including those with anemia secondary to chronic kidney disease

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blast cells and the degree of immaturity of eosinophils in blood and bone marrow samples. 4 Severe anemia with a comparatively greater reduction of erythropoiesis has also been reported with CEL. 5 It has been suggested that separation of the 2

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cover a variety of topics that include the physiology of erythropoiesis, preanalytical variables that affect the erythrogram, differences in erythroid profiles associated with biological changes such as pregnancy and aging, and selected conditions

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with the significantly later onset of anemia, could reflect chemotherapy-induced suppression of erythropoiesis. Neutropenia was the second most common toxicity observed, affecting 46.6% patients treated with VP chemotherapy which is a higher

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, dexamethasone (0.5 mg/kg [0.23 mg/lb], IV, q 24 h) was also administered to treat the suspected primary origin of the IMHA. On day 3, Hct and reticulocyte count were increased ( Table 1 ), indicative of increased erythropoiesis in the bone marrow. On day 6, Hct

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iron, this abnormality was most likely secondary to ineffective erythropoiesis. Gross and Histopathologic Findings Necropsy revealed petechial hemorrhages scattered throughout the tracheal mucosa and pulmonary parenchyma. There was approximately

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. Otherwise, hyporegenerative anemia is indicative of decreased erythropoiesis. Although concurrent immune-mediated thrombocytopenia and anemia are possible (eg, Evans syndrome), the lack of evidence of hemolysis, the normal erythrocyte morphology evident on

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.6 —  Eosinophilic band (%) 0.9 —  Eosinophils (%) 0.3 0.8–3.2  Basophils (%) 0 0–0.4 Erythropoiesis  Rubriblasts (%) 0.6 0–0.8  Prorubricytes (%) 1.5 0–1.6  Rubricytes (%) 1.2 10

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blood loss. Transient suppression of erythropoiesis could also explain the decrease in RBC variables observed in our study cats. However, no data were found to indicate that MPA, or any other corticosteroid, causes transient suppression of erythropoiesis

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