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In the presence of splenomegaly, long term neutropenia and fever in a patient with a >10 years history of RA and after exclusion of hematological disease or infection by a myelosuppressive agent the diagnosis of FS and bacterial infection by an unidentified agent was admitted.
Comparison of Clinical Features with Reference to Haematoiogicai Values Signs Hb (gm/dl) Lymphadenopathy (n = 7) 6.36 [+ or -] 0.43 Hepatomegaly (n = 16) 6.03 [+ or -] 1.23 Splenomegaly (n = 21) 4.88 [+ or -] 2.14 p-Value 0.52 Signs TLC (/ul) Lymphadenopathy (n = 7) 69246.799 [+ or -] 33672.368 Hepatomegaly (n = 16) 63226.735 [+ or -] 30276.269 Splenomegaly (n = 21) 47874.394 [+ or -] 2163.351 p-Value 0.54 Signs Platelet Count (Lacs/cmm) Lymphadenopathy (n = 7) 130200.565 [+ or -] 8349.952 Hepatomegaly (n = 16) 108775.755 [+ or -] 51687.363 Splenomegaly (n = 21) 103181.282 [+ or -] 32269.779 p-Value 0.51
Overall, 135 Congolese refugees with splenomegaly who resettled within the nine states during April 2015--May 2017 were identified; 90 (66.6%) patients were clustered in 22 families.
The feasibility and safety of laparoscopic splenectomy for massive splenomegaly: a comparative study.
A rare presentation of visceral leishmaniasis without fever or splenomegaly in an elderly person.
hypersplenism, splenomegaly or splenic sequestration.
According to Poulin, enlarged spleen weighing over 1,000 grams is defined as massive splenomegaly, and "severe" if the largest dimension is greater than 20 cm [1].
Here, we present a case of a 40-year-old female presenting with constitutional symptoms found to have isolated splenomegaly with multiple hypodense splenic lesions and no other multisystem involvement.
On an extensive literature review, we found no reported cases of leprosy presenting with gastric distension, splenomegaly, or gastric volvulus [1, 6-17].
Abdominal ultrasound showed a small right pleural effusion, hepatomegaly, splenomegaly, and retroperitoneal and hepatic hilar lymphadenopathies.
The patient has posterior cervical lymphadenopathy but no hepatomegaly or splenomegaly. The patient refused to walk.