Megaloblastic anemia

What is Megaloblastic anemia?

Any anemia in which there is a predominant number of megaloblastic erythroblasts, and relatively few normoblasts, among the hyperplastic erythroid cells in the bone marrow (as in pernicious anemia).

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Hello. I live in the tropical island of Grenada My son had dengue in aug. We did a CBC yesterday and his platlets was72 and hb 6.9. He is on iron...

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Brief Answer:
Megaloblastic anemia / Leukemia. Admit.

Detailed Answer:
Dear Ohenry.

Your child had dengue in august, so it is unlikely that his...

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Hello I have been told that I have enlarged blood cells, macrocytosis. I do drink consistently and have done for quite sometime but have given up...

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Thank you for posting a query.

Look, macrocytosis may be seen in many conditions like megaloblastic anemia (most common), alcohol induced,...

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I have megaloblastic anemia, leucopenia, mixed connective tissue disease, my ANA is 1:640, tinnitus, chronic sinnusitis, I' m half deaf and wearing...

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HGi, Your condition needs frequent follow ups first with the treating Dr. the reasons are
Mixed Connective tissue disorder

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