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Major Complications of Regional Anesthesia in France
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Monoclonal T-cell expansions in asymptomatic individuals and in patients with large granular leukemia consist of cytotoxic effector T cells expressing the activating CD94:NKG2C/E and NKD2D killer
We have analyzed the phenotype, cytokine profile, and mitotic history (telomere length) of monoclonal T-cell expansions in 5 CD3(+) T-cell large granular lymphocyte (TLGL) leukemia patients byExpand
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Microangiopathic hemolytic anemia complicating FK506 (tacrolimus) therapy
We describe 3 episodes of microangiopathic hemolytic anemia (MAHA) in 2 solid organ recipients under FK506 (tacrolimus) therapy. In both cases, discontinuation of FK506 and treatment with plasmaExpand
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Anémie ferriprive, inflammatoire ou mixte: comment orienter le diagnostic?
The diagnosis of pure iron-deficient anemia or anemia of chronic disease is easy. However, in mixed situations, conventional laboratory tests for iron status are influenced by the inflammatoryExpand
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L'anémie du sujet âgé: une pathologie fréquente à ne pas banaliser
Anemia is a frequent disease in elderly persons, but is often undertreated and misunderstood as a physiologic consequence of aging. Nevertheless, its association with some negative clinical impactsExpand
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Increased apoptosis in acquired sideroblastic anaemia
Idiopathic acquired sideroblastic anaemias (IASAs) form a subgroup of the myelodysplastic syndromes and are characterized by mitochondrial iron accumulation, bone marrow erythroid hyperplasia andExpand
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Massive delayed hemolysis following peripheral blood stem cell transplantation with minor ABO incompatibility.
After hematopoietic stem cell transplantation, delayed immune hemolysis may occur when donor-derived B lymphocytes carried with the graft produce immune antibodies against the recipient'sExpand
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Iron overload in patients with sideroblastic anaemia is not related to the presence of the haemochromatosis Cys282Tyr and His63Asp mutations
Forty Caucasian patients with primary acquired sideroblastic anaemia (SA), were investigated for the presence of the Cys282Tyr and/or His63Asp mutation as possible cofactor(s) for iron overload. OneExpand
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Hereditary hyperferritinaemia cataract syndrome: does it exist in Switzerland?
Recent research in iron metabolism has revealed the existence of iron-responding elements in the 5'UTR of the mRNA of ferritin. Binding of these structures with iron-regulatory proteins regulatesExpand
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