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Pincer cells immune hemolysis

Premium Questions

Dr. Michelle Gibson James MD

Hello, I ve had folic acid blood test but they said sample has haemolysed and they couldn t complete the analysis. What does this mean? Previous to this test I had two full blood count which were out too. Thanks View answer

Answered by : Dr. Michelle Gibson James ( General & Family Physician)
Dr. Lekshmi Rita Venugopal MD

. No features of active hemolysis seen. And my No hemoparasites seen. WBC: Total leucocyte count is within normal limits. Predominant cells are neutrophils. No immature/Abnormal cells seen. Platelets:... View answer

Answered by : Dr. Lekshmi Rita Venugopal ( General & Family Physician)
Dr. Mahesh Koregol MD

. Thank you very much. Abstinence: 4 days Collection: Masturbation RBC: Trace WBC: Trace Hemolysis: o ....00 Immature Cell: 0.00 Micro Morphology: 5.00 Midpiece Morphology: 0.00 Normal Morphology: 15.00 Round... View answer

Answered by : Dr. Mahesh Koregol ( Infertility Specialist)
Dr. Ajith Puthillath MD

PO. The next day my CBC was stable with HCT 23% (stable from my post op HCT) with no abnormal cells on my diff. The MD stated I had less hemolysis on my CBC. The hematologist stated that cancer is a VERY ... View answer

Answered by : Dr. Ajith Puthillath ( Hematologist)
Dr. Hardik Sanghvi MD

? Could I be having slight hemolysis and ferritin is leaking out? Also will my organs be ok with low ... View answer

Answered by : Dr. Hardik Sanghvi ( Hematologist)

Public Forum Discussions

Dr. Hardik Sanghvi MD

Once the haemolysis is triggered, how to stop it or control it? I am of 55 years 63 kgs. This is repeating in my case for the 5th time. First time it was diagnosed to be jaundice and took Ayurvedic treatment. It brought... View answer

Answered by : Dr. Hardik Sanghvi ( Pathologist and Microbiologist)
Dr. Matt Wachsman MD

I have G6DP deficiency , I have read napthalene is a possible risk of haemolysis.. I recently read an article about cigarettes and saw they contain napthalene ... I have been smoking for about 5 years (current age 21) ...... View answer

Answered by : Dr. Matt Wachsman ( Addiction Medicine Specialist)
Dr. Jay Patel MD

I am 70 years old. About 10 to 15 years ago,I suffered hemolysis . I went 2 days later ... arrival to the hospital, it would have been too late. The day I had the hemolysis, I had eaten ... View answer

Answered by : Dr. Jay Patel ( General & Family Physician)
Dr. Arun MD

hemolysis. My question is, can paint fumes cause a crisis? ... View answer

Answered by : Dr. Arun ( Pathologist and Microbiologist)
Dr. Sunil MD

transfused 80 units of blood . Whether there is any treatment to stop hemolysis Whether there is any complete ... View answer

Answered by : Dr. Sunil ( General & Family Physician)

Mobile Questions and Answers

Dr. Salman Arif MD

Soya bean is included in the list of legumes to be avoided in G6PD deficiency as it may trigger hemolysis (red blood cell breakdown)

Dr. Jyothi B L MD

Need to look for hemolysis. Check hemoglobin levels. Not possibly allergic. More details necessary like any family history, any hemolysis after medication or infection or after you sit, any changes. Any...

Dr. Raju A.T MD

Phenyl contains Phenol causes erosion of the gastric mucosa, nausea, vomiting, lethargy or coma, hypotension, tachycardia or bradycardia, dysrhythmias, seizures, acidosis, hemolysis, methemoglobinemia, and shock.