Medical Definition of Ehrlich's anaemia

1. This form of anaemia occurs when the bone marrow ceases sufficient red and white blood cell production. It may be induced by exposures to high levels of toxic chemicals, radiation and certain drugs. It is generally unresponsive to specific therapy, often accompanied by granulocytopenia and thrombocytopenia, in which the bone marrow may not necessarily be hypocellular or hypoplastic but fails to produce adequate numbers of peripheral blood elements. The term actually is all inclusive and most probably encompasses several clinical syndromes. Origin: Gr. Haima = blood (29 Sep 1997)



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Ehrenritter's ganglion
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Ehret's phenomenon
Ehringhaus compensator
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Ehrlich's acid haematoxylin stain
Ehrlich's anaemia
Ehrlich's aniline crystal violet stain
Ehrlich's benzaldehyde reaction
Ehrlich's diazo reaction
Ehrlich's diazo reagent
Ehrlich's inner body
Ehrlich's phenomenon
Ehrlich's postulate
Ehrlich's theory
Ehrlich's triacid stain
Ehrlich's triple stain
Ehrlich-Turk line
Ehrlich reaction
Ehrlichia canis
Ehrlichia ondiri

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