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/hematopoietic disorders, such as anemia secondary to chronic renal disease (CRD), among others. CRD is a common, progressive disease reported in up to 50% of aged domestic cats. 6 Although the pathogenesis is not completely understood, the causes of CRD are numerous

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profile (SBP) 2 months prior revealed a mild normocytic normochromic anemia (Hct, 23.8%; reference range [rr], 26.8 to 44.1) and total hypercalcemia (12.7 mg/dL; rr, 5.29 to 9.75 mg/dL). The lion had been vaccinated against rabies, feline panleukopenia

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Anemia that develops during the course of hospitalization in patients with RBC indices within reference limits on initial evaluation is defined as hospital-acquired anemia. 1 This is a common condition affecting human patients in intensive care

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PCR analysis for Chlamydophila psittaci . Feces were obtained for microbial culture and cytologic examination after application of Gram stain. The CBC revealed marked regenerative anemia (PCV, 17%); the relative reticulocyte percentage was 19

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-5616(03)00099-8 2. Lucroy MD Christopher MM Kraegel SA , et al. Anaemia associated with canine lymphoma . Comp Haematol Int 1998 ; 8 : 1 – 6 . 10.1007/BF02628097 3. Jain NC . Hematologic characteristics of anemia, part II: interpretive aspects

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of anaemia on outcome in cancer . Clin Lab Haematol 2005 ; 27 : 1 – 13 . 8. Zinzani PL Tani M Alinari L , Role of anemia in survival of patients with elderly aggressive non-Hodgkin's lymphoma after chemotherapy . Leuk Lymphoma 2005 ; 46

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Early classification of anemia as regenerative or nonregenerative provides important information on the mechanism of disease and is thus essential for correct diagnosis and management of affected patients. 1 When regeneration is detected, acute

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Nonregenerative anemia with a suspected immune-mediated pathogenesis has been recognized in dogs for nearly 40 years. 1 Although > 250 dogs with the condition have been described, the terminology and criteria used to diagnose the condition have

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performed during diagnostic testing and treatment of dogs with lymphoma or IBD. Hematologic abnormalities have been noted in 50% to 85% of dogs with lymphoma, and anemia is one of the most common paraneoplastic syndromes reported in dogs with lymphoma, with

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Immune-mediated hemolytic anemia is a primary or secondary immunologic disorder in which antibodies bound to the surface of the RBCs facilitate their destruction, either via intravascular or extravascular hemolysis, the latter of which involves

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