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(Anemia macrocytic)
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  • [TRMU MUTATIONS - REVERSIBLE INFANTILE LIVER FAILURE OR MULTISYSTEM DISORDER?] [Journal Article]
  • HHarefuah 2018; 157(1):52-57
  • Gil-Margolis M, Mozer-Glassberg Y, … Marom D
  • CONCLUSIONS: TRMU bi-allelic mutations cause severe life-threatening liver failure. Extra-hepatic involvement is common and should be evaluated. Spontaneous resolution and recovery occurs in most patients with a remarkably good long-term prognosis. Liver failure in a Jewish-Yemenite infant should prompt early genetic testing for TRMU Y77H mutation. Pediatricians should be aware of this disease and the common mutation in Israel.Nineteen additional patients were described in the literature, of whom 13 were from Israel; 6/19 (31%) manifested extra-hepatic involvement, namely: myopathic weakness, cardiomyopathy, renomegaly and proteinuria, bulbar dysfunction, cerebral white matter changes and abnormal growth including microcephaly. Mortality was 24% (5/21). Survivors (16/21, 76%) showed complete recovery and resolution of clinical, laboratory and histologic abnormalities. Most Israeli patients (10/15) were of Jewish-Yemenite ancestry. Homozygous Y77H genotype was exclusive to this patient subgroup and was associated with a 100% survival and recovery rate.
  • Diagnosis and treatment of macrocytic anemias in adults. [Review]
  • JGJ Gen Fam Med 2017; 18(5):200-204
  • Nagao T, Hirokawa M
  • Anemia is one of the most common health problems in the primary care setting. Macrocytosis in adults is defined as a red blood cell (RBC) mean corpuscular volume (MCV) >100 femtoliter (fL). Macrocyti...
  • Preoperative Anemia in Cardiac Operation: Does Hemoglobin Tell the Whole Story? [Journal Article]
  • ATAnn Thorac Surg 2018; 105(1):100-107
  • Dai L, Mick SL, … Koch CG
  • CONCLUSIONS: Cardiac surgical patients are often anemic. Demographic characteristics, comorbidities, and outcomes are dissimilar according to red cell size. Patients with microcytic anemia had the lowest hemoglobin levels, yet the best clinical outcomes among anemic patients. MCV from the standard complete blood count adds additional information beyond hemoglobin for targeted intervention.
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