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Re: [MOL] Thrombocytosis



Hi Charles:  Since I am not aware of under what circumstances your doctor was able to conclude thrombocytosis I am sending you a host of sites that deal with this.  Wishing you luck now, your friend, lillian
 
 
1. Ischemia Associated with ASO and Thrombocytosis Treated with Boot Alone
Case 11: Purple Toes, ASO and Thrombocytosis Purple Toes, Dusky Foot and Big Toe Ulcer on Presentation This 82 year old lady with primary thrombocytosis had been treated with Myleran on two past occasions by her hematologist. She was referred for boot
http://circulatorboot.com/casehistory/case11.html

2. 100 EACTS Abstracts 1998 - PREOPERATIVE LIPID-CONTROL REDUCES THE RISK OF POSTOPERATIVE THROMBOCYTOSIS AND THROMBOTIC COMPLICATIONS FOLLOWING CABG
100PREOPERATIVE LIPID-CONTROL REDUCES THE RISK OF POSTOPERATIVE THROMBOCYTOSIS AND THROMBOTIC COMPLICATIONS FOLLOWING CABG J.T. Christenson Hôpital de la Tour, Meyrin-Geneva, SwitzerlandAbstractObjective: It has earlier been suggested that postoperative
http://www.ctsnet.org/doc/2527

3. Essential Thrombocytosis [00706] Medicine On Line
Date Prev][Date Next][Thread Prev][Thread Next][Date Index][Thread Index] Essential Thrombocytosis To: mol-cancer@linux.kbt.com To: mol-cancer@linux.kbt.com Subject: Essential Thrombocytosis From: MJFX48A@prodigy.com (MR SAEED GHOTBI) Date: Mon, 7 Oct 1996
http://www.meds.com/archive/mol-cancer/1996/msg00706.html

4. Acquired thrombocytosis
Acquired thrombocytosis Thrombocytosis may occur in primary myeloproliferative conditions or as a secondary phenomenon in a variety of physiologic and pathologic states. Thrombocytosis is usually due to an increase in platelet production and release (in
http://128.253.45.137/coags/acqtbcyt.htm

5. Thrombocytosis
Thrombocytosis Secondary thrombocytosis is at low risk for thromboembolism. However, in other thrombocytosis may require plateletpheresis in light of any history of thromboembolic disease. For more information: OMIM database entry for primary
http://oac1.oac.tju.edu/~gozum/preop/THROMCYT.HTML

6. Thrombocytosis
Thrombocytosis Refers to an increase in the platelet count above Transient reactive thrombocytoses up to about 800 are common. Causes are: · blood loss · surgery, trauma · infection,including viral infections · other inflammatory disorders · malignancy
http://www.diagnostic.co.nz/doctoronly/handbook/HAND907.htm

7. ESSENTIAL THROMBOCYTOSIS (ET
ESSENTIAL THROMBOCYTOSIS (ET): A rare disorder, this hemorrhagic disease presents with high platelet counts and hyperplasia of the megakaryocytes.3 No significant chromosomal abnormalities are reported. It is important (as in MDS) to distinguish ET from
http://www.specialtylabs.com/testguid/testfils/BK164D.HTM

8. NCI/PDQ Citation: Recombinant interferon-alpha therapy of Philadelphia chromosome-negative myeloproliferative disorders with thrombocytosis
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http://oncolink.upenn.edu/pdq_html/cites/04/04529.html

9. NCI/PDQ Citation: Control of thrombocytosis by plateletpheresis using a cell separator
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http://oncolink.upenn.edu/pdq_html/cites/01/01978.html

10. RBM - Summary - Seckel syndrome and thrombocytosis
Sorry, your browser doesn't support Java. REVISTA BRASILEIRA DE MEDICINA Ano 56 - Número 6 - Junho 1999 MENU PRINCIPAL RBM CLÍNICA E TERAPÊUTICA PEDIATRIA MODERNA JOVEM MÉDICO REVISTA BRASILEIRA DE CARDIOLOGIA GINECOLOGIA E OBSTETRÍCIA OTORRINO
http://www.moreirajr.com.br/RBM/rbm699/rbmseckels.htm

 
 
 
 
Warmly, lillian
 
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----- Original Message -----
From: Charles Burns
To: mol-cancer@meds.com
Sent: Saturday, February 26, 2000 9:44 PM
Subject: [MOL] Thrombocytosis

I have been diagnosed to have that kind of disease.  Please let me know about treatment and other alternative medicines, etc.  Is this another form of cancer?  Is this just like leukemia?  Is this a dangerous kind of disease?  Thank you.