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Reduction below normal in the concentration of
hemoglobin or RBC\u2019s in the blood
Anemia is not a diagnosis in itself, but merely an objective
sign of disease.
\u2022Disorders of Proliferation
\u2022Disorders in Erythrocyte Maturation
\u2022Disorders due Primarily to Erythrocyte Destruction or Red
Associated manifestations of the underlying disorder
- Endocrine disorder
- Renal disorder
- Hepatic disorder
Obstetric & Gynecologic history
# of pads/day
# of pregnancies, abortions - interval
\u2022Strong peripheral pulses with wide pulse pressure
- state of vasoconstriction/vasodilatation
- degree & nature of pigmentation
- nature & fluid content of the subcutaneous
\u2022Lack of mental concentration
\u2022Atrophy of the papillae of the tongue
Even the most expert clinical appraisal does not supplant
accurate measurement of the blood for the detection,
quantification and characterization of anemia.
Even the most expert clinical appraisal does not
supplant accurate measurement of the blood for the
detection, quantification and characterization of
segmentation of neutros
III. Platelet count
IV.Peripheral smear morphology
V. Iron Studies
VI. Bone marrow examination
CBC Result: Hb: 7 gm/dl Hct: 21
b. Drugs and Chemical
d. Immune diseases
Suppression of proliferation and maturation of stem
cells by an immunologic or lymphocyte mediated
Mrs. Cruz, 75 year old female consulted
because of progressive weakness and loss of balance.
She also complains of numbness and tingling sensation
in all extremities. She has no gastrointestinal
Mrs. Santos, 50 year old male was referred for
evaluation of anemia. She begun to experience easy
fatigability about 5 weeks PTC. She also noticed
passage of highly colored urine.
(+) weight loss of about 5 lbs in the last 2 months
(+) febrile episodes
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