The pathophysiology of anemia and the basis of its clinical investigation. Pruebas que evalúan el estado del hierro: Hierro del compartimiento funcional: Ferremia: Capacidad total de saturación de hierro (CTSH). Transcript of Clasificacion de anemias. Disminución de la capacidad transportadora de oxigeno de la sangre. Adaptaciones fisiológicas.

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Classification of anemia for gastroenterologists

An anamnesis directed towards the characteristics of menstrual bleeding, although a subjective criterion, may be useful for distinguishing a subgroup of women without excessive genital bleeding, who require direct assessment of occult fe, followed by gastrointestinal exploration if positive.

The erythrocyte count may be misleading in cladificacion evaluation of anemia. Pathophysiologic Consequences, Classification, and Clinical Investigation 3. The advantages are clear if the cause is a cancer that can be diagnosed at an early stage.

Cytometric classification Because cytometric parameters are more easily and less expensively measured than are erythrokinetic and biochemical ones, it is most practical to work from the cytometric classification, to the erythrokinetic, and then hopefully to the biochemical. In these cases, it is difficult to confirm the diagnosis and additional testing is required: In some patients, the cause of anemia is complex chronic disease and chronic hemorrhage.

Some infectious or parasitic diseases that are diagnosed with relative frequency are: The normoregenerative anemias are in contrast to those characterized by inadequate marrow response to the degree of anemia.

Erythrokinetic classification You would now want to proceed with classifying your anemiws based on the rate of rbc turnover. Cobalamin deficiency Poor diet Deficiency of intrinsic factor Pernicious anemia Total or partial Gastrectomy Ingestion of caustic lye Functional defect of intrinsic factor Alteration of ileal microenvironment Insufficient pancreatic protease activity Inactivation enzyme Sd.


Table 1 Etiopathogenic classification of anemia. Because of this, hematologist and the specialist in digestive system should work together to acquire a profound know of common pathogenic processes. Eur J Clin Nutr.

Introduction Free oxygen, the plant kingdom’s unique gift clasificcaion this planet, is a highly reactive, dangerous substance capable of laying waste the delicate molecules that form the basis of life. Guidelines on the diagnosis and management of iron deficiency and anemia in inflammatory bowel diseases. Tumor necrosis factor alpha, its soluble receptor I, and gene promoter polymorphism in patients with rheumatoid arthritis with or without amyloidosis: This adjustment results in decrease of the total blood hemoglobin concentration, the rbc count, and the hematocrit.

Classification of anemia for gastroenterologists

In contrast, vitamin B12 deficiency is almost always the result of malabsorption[ 4957 ]. Primitive hematological diseases that cause anemia are only listed, but are not discussed in depth. The Clasificaciion concentration MCHC reports on the average concentration of hemoglobin in each erythrocyte expressed as a percentage normal range: This is summarized in the next diagram. Beutler E, Waalen J. Celiac disease, gastrectomy, H pylori colonization.

Anemias macrocíticas

Its prevalence is 1. Preventing or correcting hypoxia is then the ultimate goal of all medical specialties. Serum ferritin allows us to confirm the diagnosis.

In such cases, the reticulocyte production index is decreased.

This rule does not apply to infants, children and pregnant women, who have their own tables of lower limits of hemoglobin concentration. Hereditary hemoglobinopathy, enzymopathy, membrane-cytoskeletal defects. Abstract Most anemia is related to the digestive system by dietary deficiency, malabsorption, or chronic bleeding. To complete the study of vitamin B12 deficiency, it is necessary to look for antibodies to intrinsic factor, which if positive, confirms the diagnosis of pernicious anemia.


Free hemoglobin in excess of that which binds haptoglobin is rapidly filtered into the urine. Based on these pathogenic mechanisms, anemia can be divided into two types. Iron metabolism and routine biochemical tests may help to guide the diagnosis, but in some cases, erythropoietin serum levels and bone marrow examination are necessary.

Keep in mind that if anemia develops through rapid enough bleeding, the hematocrit and hemoglobin will be normal since in hemorrhage the rbc’s and plasma are lost in proportion.

Nutritional mixed anemia that combines deficiency of vitamin B12, folic acid and iron is frequent. In the text and various algorithms, we propose a hierarchical and logical way to reach a diagnosis as quickly as possible, by properly managing the medical interview, physical examination, appropriate laboratory tests, bone marrow examination, and other complementary tests.

Esprue Tropical y No Tropical. The association with pathological concomitant processes, elevation clasififacion erythrocyte sedimentation rate ESR and the absence of morphological alterations in peripheral blood smears supports the suspicion of ACD[ 40 ]. Therefore, gastrointestinal exploration is controversial. The starting point in the diagnostic process for macrocytic anemia will be to rule out therapy with drugs that interfere with nucleic acid metabolism, such as.

It is observed in patients that have immune hyperactivity. The physicochemical properties of hemoglobin and biochemical housekeeping in the anemiias are both in their purview, but what hematologists contend with at the grossest level is anemia.