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*  Splenic disease
Splenic diseases include splenomegaly, where the spleen is enlarged for various reasons. On the other hand, a lack of normal ... Gaucher's disease, leishmaniasis, Hodgkin's disease, Banti's disease, hereditary spherocytosis, cysts, glandular fever ( ... leukemia or storage disease, such as Gaucher's disease). The most common cause of acute splenomegaly in children is viral ... certain forms of lymphoma or for the removal of splenic tumors or cysts. Ruptured spleen Polysplenia Splenic infarction ...
*  Hemangiosarcoma
Cytologic aspirates are usually not recommended, as the accuracy rate for a positive diagnosis of malignant splenic disease is ... Hemorrhage secondary to splenic and hepatic tumors can also cause ventricular arrythmias. Hemangiosarcoma of the skin usually ... Some episodes of collapse are a result of ventricular arrhythmias, which are relatively common in dogs with splenic or cardiac ... tissue biopsies to make sure that the dogs really had the disease. "They reread the samples and said, yes, it's really ...
*  Marco Antonio Zago
Splenic function in sickle-cell diseases. Clinical Science. vol. 65, p. 297-302. SANTOS, S. E. B., RIBEIRO-DOS-SANTOS, A. K. C ... who is active in the fields of hereditary diseases of the blood (hemoglobins, clotting, thrombosis), molecular basis of cancer ... returned to Brazil and started a research group with a major scientific interest in the genetic bases of hematological diseases ... for the medical genetic studies that compare these populations and for the understanding of the hereditary diseases. ...
*  Greater Swiss Mountain Dog
Primary diseases of the spleen are splenic torsion and splenic tumors. Splenic torsion occurs when the spleen twists along the ... Perkins, Ranetta (2009). Splenic Torsion in a 3 year old male intact Greater Swiss Mountain dog (Report). Retrieved October 14 ... Symptoms of splenic torsion include lethargy, abdominal distension and pale mucous membranes. One theory for the development of ... CHD is among the principal orthopedic diseases in the Greater Swiss Mountain Dog; it is rarely severe and crippling. Unless x- ...
*  Splenic infarction
In sickle cell disease, repeated splenic infarctions lead to a non-functional spleen (autosplenectomy). Any factor that ... Splenic infarction occurs when the splenic artery or one of its branches are occluded, for example by a blood clot. Although it ... Splenic infarction can be induced for the treatment of such conditions as portal hypertension or splenic injury. It can also be ... Other causes of splenomegaly (for example, Gaucher disease or hemoglobinopathies) can also predispose to infarction. Splenic ...
*  Lymphocytosis
... connective tissue diseases, thyrotoxicosis, Addison's disease, and splenomegaly with splenic sequestration of granulocytes. ... Chagas disease) chronic intracellular bacterial infections such as tuberculosis or brucellosis chronic lymphocytic leukemia ...
*  Anthrax
These include Siberian plague, Cumberland disease, charbon, splenic fever, malignant edema, woolsorter's disease, and even la ... But, if the disease is fatal to the person's body, its mass of anthrax bacilli becomes a potential source of infection to ... It was shown to cause disease by Robert Koch in 1876 when he took a blood sample from an infected cow, isolated the bacteria, ... Cutaneous anthrax, also known as Hide porter's disease, is when anthrax occurs on the skin. It is the most common form (>90% of ...
*  Erwin Payr
Splenic-flexure syndrome or "Payr's disease" is named after a condition he described. Payr's disease is constipation due to ...
*  Henan University of Traditional Chinese Medicine
... hepatic diseases, gerontology, splenic and gastric diseases, pediatrics, rheumotoid arthritis, and ophthalmology. The ...
*  Splenic injury
These include infectious diseases, medical procedures such as colonoscopy, haematological diseases, medications, and pregnancy ... Splenic rupture is usually evaluated by FAST ultrasound of the abdomen. Generally this is not specific to splenic injury; ... American Association for the Surgery of Trauma Organ Injury Scaling: Splenic Injury Grading Because a splenic rupture permits ... "613 cases of splenic rupture without risk factors or previously diagnosed disease: A systematic review". BMC Emergency Medicine ...
*  Hairy cell leukemia
Autoimmune diseases may also go into remission after treatment of HCL. This disease is rare, with fewer than 1 in 10,000 people ... such as Splenic marginal zone lymphoma or B-cell prolymphocytic leukemia. The diagnosis can be confirmed by viewing the cells ... As a result, disease status can be monitored by measuring changes in the amount of IL-2R in the blood serum. The level ... While the disease can appear at any age, the median age at diagnosis is over 70. Similar to B-cell prolymphocytic leukemia ("B- ...
*  Sheila Sherlock
... autoimmune liver disease and its treatment with corticosteroids, and the use of liver biopsy in the diagnosis of liver disease ... Obituary, The Guardian, 19 January 2002 Sherlock, S. P. V.; Learmonth, J. R. (1942). "Aneurym of the splenic artery: With an ... Diseases of the Liver and Biliary System, 11th edition. S. Sherlock & J. Dooley (ISBN 978-0-632-05582-1) "Munks Roll - Sheila ... The liver unit that she set up at the Royal Free Hospital became the centre for both research into liver disease and the ...
*  Infectious mononucleosis
Fulminant disease course of immunocompromised patients is rare. Splenic rupture is rare. Myocarditis and pericarditis are rare ... Mononucleosis is sometimes accompanied by secondary cold agglutinin disease, an autoimmune disease in which abnormal ... when the disease produces little or no symptoms. In young adults, the disease often results in fever, sore throat, enlarged ... Epstein-Barr virus-associated malignant disease, and other diseases)". In Mandell, GL; Bennett, JE; Dolin, R. Mandell, Douglas ...
*  Hepatosplenic T-cell lymphoma
This disease shows a distinct sinusoidal pattern of infiltration which spares the splenic white pulp and hepatic portal triads ... The cell of origin for this disease is an immature cytotoxic T-cell clonally expressing the γδ T-cell receptor. This disease is ... Clonal rearrangement of the γ gene of the T-cell receptor is the hallmark of this disease. A few cases have shown rearrangement ... They presented with a very aggressive disease course and, with one exception, died of the lymphoma. The FDA has required ...
*  Gaucher's disease
... and tumor necrosis factor alpha in splenic Gaucher cells (engorged macrophages). The three types of Gaucher's disease are ... Sphingolipidoses Niemann-Pick disease Fabry disease Tay-Sachs disease Krabbe disease Metachromatic leukodystrophy Medical ... Gaucher's disease is the most common of the lysosomal storage diseases. It is a form of sphingolipidosis (a subgroup of ... Type II Gaucher's disease shows no particular preference for any ethnic group. Type III Gaucher's disease is especially common ...
*  List of diseases (S)
... degenerescence book type Spirochetes disease Spirurida infections Spleen neoplasm Splenic agenesis syndrome Splenic flexure ... This is a list of diseases starting with the letter "S". Diseases Alphabetical list 0-9 A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T ... hemangiomas Suriphobia Susac syndrome Sutherland-Haan syndrome Sutton disease II Sutton disease II Sweeley-Klionsky disease ... disorder Schamberg's disease Scheie syndrome Schereshevskij Turner Scheuermann's disease Schimke syndrome Schindler disease ...
*  Extrapulmonary tuberculosis
Hepatic and splenic microabscesses (arrows). Like tuberculosis, Crohn‟s disease also can result in granulomatous peritonitis13 ... Splenic microabscesses (curved arrow) also noted. B. Peripherally enhancing central hypodense mesenteric lymph nodes (arrow). C ... Other findings in the abdomen such as miliary microabscesses in the liver or spleen, splenomegaly, splenic or lymph node ... in Pott disease of the spine), among others. Spread to lymph nodes is the most common. An ulcer originating from nearby ...
*  The Narrative of John Smith
The final chapter is of Smith and the doctor discussing disease as a battle; the doctor pronounces Smith's victory. They begin ... one example being medical research on splenic fever in cattle. He functions primarily as a friend to John Smith. Mrs. Rundle, ... Left to his own devices alone again, Smith expresses hopes for Lamarckism: the eradication of disease and eventually of the ... He hopes for the near eradication of disease and criminal activity through invention and human moralistic evolution over time. ...
*  Asplenia
... sickle-cell disease. Functional asplenia occurs when splenic tissue is present but does not work well, e.g. sickle-cell disease ... in which the spleen's usual activity exacerbates the disease Due to underlying diseases that destroy the spleen ( ... 2007). "Partial splenic embolization in children with hereditary spherocytosis". Eur J Haematol. 80 (1): 76-80. doi:10.1111/j. ... Acquired asplenia occurs for several reasons: Following splenectomy due to splenic rupture from trauma or because of tumor ...
*  Pancreatic disease
Hemosuccus pancreaticus is associated with pancreatitis, pancreatic cancer and aneurysms of the splenic artery. Angiography may ... Pancreatic diseases include: Pancreatitis is inflammation of the pancreas. There are two forms of pancreatitis, which are ... In a study of 2,832 patients without pancreatic disease, 73 patients (2.6%) had cysts in the pancreas. About 85% of these ... Cystic fibrosis, is a hereditary disease that affects the entire body, causing progressive disability and early death. It is ...
*  Peritoneal carcinomatosis
Hepatic and splenic microabscesses (arrows). Like tuberculosis, Crohn‟s disease also can result in granulomatous peritonitis ( ... The majority of splenosis implants are found after splenic injury by trauma or after splenectomy. Splenic fragments can become ... Appropriate determination of the extent of peritoneal disease is important as it changes the staging of disease, treatment plan ... Splenic microabscesses (curved arrow) also noted. B. Peripherally enhancing central hypodense mesenteric lymph nodes (arrow). C ...
*  Canine histiocytic diseases
Disseminated HS (including MH) is not readily treated surgically, since even in the splenic form, early metastasis to the liver ... Histiocytic diseases in dogs are a group of diseases in dogs which may involve the skin, and which can be difficult to ... The disease course may be punctuated by remissions and relapses, which may occur spontaneously especially early in the disease ... The disease course in these cases extended over several months. Spread beyond lymph nodes to lung has also been observed in ...
*  Transfusion therapy (Sickle-cell disease)
Acute splenic sequestration associated with severe anemia requires a simple transfusion to raise the hemoglobin. Each unit of ... Transfusion therapy for sickle-cell disease entails the use of red blood cell transfusions in the management of acute cases of ... "Evidence-Based Management of Sickle Cell Disease" (PDF). Retrieved 9 February 2016. Gyang E, Yeom K, Hoppe C, Partap S, Jeng M ... Episodic transfusion is used either acutely in response to a complication of sickle cell disease such as acute chest syndrome ...
*  Niemann-Pick disease
... and splenic rupture. Some develop coronary artery or valvular heart disease. In a longitudinal natural history study, nearly 20 ... Type C is the most common form of the disease Type C2 is a rare form of the disease. Niemann-Pick disease type D (or Nova ... Niemann-Pick disease, SMPD1-associated, which includes types A and B Niemann-Pick disease type A: classic infantile Niemann- ... Crocker AC (April 1961). "The cerebral defect in Tay-Sachs disease and Niemann-Pick disease". Journal of Neurochemistry. 7: 69- ...
*  Non-Hodgkin lymphoma
... multicentric Castleman disease Hepatitis C virus: associated with splenic marginal zone lymphoma, lymphoplasmacytic lymphoma ... celiac disease, rheumatoid arthritis, and systemic lupus erythematosus. The Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) ... NHL is the sixth most common cancer in the UK (around 12,800 people were diagnosed with the disease in 2011), and it is the ... GBD 2015 Disease and Injury Incidence and Prevalence, Collaborators. (8 October 2016). "Global, regional, and national ...