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a mildly regenerative anemia, but regeneration of RBCs decreased during hospitalization; this was likely attributable to progression of myelophthisic disease of the bone marrow, stress, reduction in demand for erythropoiesis because of transfusion

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occurrence of ineffective erythropoiesis and subsequent EMH. 2,18 As described in the reports 2,3,11,13,16 previously mentioned, surgical decompression was reserved for human patients with rapid deterioration of neurologic symptoms or those who did not

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, dyserythropoiesis, chronic doxorubicin toxicosis, or oxidative stress. 32 , 37 , 38 , 39 Nevertheless, in the present study, there were no clinical signs suggestive of defective erythropoiesis, no history of previous doxorubicin administration, and no other

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nonregenerative anemia with ineffective erythropoiesis. 1–3 Ehrlichia ewingii infection has been reported in dogs in several states, including Missouri, Oklahoma, North Carolina, and Virginia. 4–6 Amblyomma americanum , which is distributed throughout the

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-carrying capacity; however, dogs with suppressed erythropoiesis may be dependent on transfused cells for longer periods. We determined that the Greyhounds of the study reported here had erythrocyte life spans consistent with those reported for non-Greyhound dogs in

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relationship with markers of ineffective erythropoiesis, inflammation, renal function, and nutritional state . Am Heart J 2009 ; 158 : 659 – 666 . 10.1016/j.ahj.2009.07.024 8. Oh J Kang SM Hong N , et al. Relation between red cell distribution

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Cynomolgus Monkeys provides a comprehensive and historical review of the scientific literature back to the early twentieth century. The authors cover a variety of topics that include the physiology of erythropoiesis, preanalytical variables that affect the

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recommended for interested readers. There are self-references and unpublished data (page 104), which is less than ideal. The index appears incomplete. There is some redundancy because several topics are covered in multiple chapters (eg, erythropoiesis or

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reason for the observed variability. Experiments in neonates may underestimate the actual posttransfusion survival of RBCs because of ongoing erythropoiesis and growth of neonates, with a commensurate increase in blood volume during the time at which

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bone marrow stimulation associated with erythropoiesis secondary to frequent blood sampling. By contrast, administration of the pharmacologically related antiviral agent valacyclovir to cats infected with FHV-1 was associated with neutropenia and bone

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