Patient goes to hospital with plaques in the closet and discovers a Chronic Linocytic Leucemia

Belinda Z. Burgos González
Latina Agencia de Noticias de Medicina y Salud Pública

Read about a murder in the lab and unimaginable, when his laboratories find that his plaques are close.

This is the case of a 69-year-old woman who was admitted to the Emergency Room of Hospital Auxilio Mutuo, who was admitted to his primary care facility for a murder in the lab where she was unable to sing.

“The doctor ordered one of the laboratories to see that she had the plaques in the closet. It’s serious, because the plaques are ayudan that one does not say disangrande. Can provoke a massive hemorrhage ”, verklaar a la Revista de Medicina y Salud Pública (MSP) la doctora Priscila Alvarez González, del Hospital Auxilio Mutuo.

Plaque levels that are considered normal can be found between 150 and 450 mil plateaus per mile in song. The plaques, also called platelets, are parts of the blood and help the coagulation.

Geen dwelm nie, to be admitted to the hospital his laboratories aro arabjan that ten 5 plaques per milliliter in sangre, considered a grave. In this case, it is considered that the patient possesses a Primary Thrombocytopenia (PTI), a rare disease that is characterized by the presence of low plaque levels.

The patient was treated with steroid drugs, but without embarrassment, not responding to treatment. The doctors at the time said that there was a PTI Refractory and the high levels of leukocytes, according to the Doctor.

Tenía also has leukocytosis (increases in the number of white globules in the blood) and hiccups a biopsy of an osmotic medium. Here is a chronic Leucemia Linfocítica Chronica – a type of cancer of the song and the ocean medium-. This condition is rare but only occurs between 1 and 5% of patients. When the patient is treated with Rituximab, a monoclonal anticonvulsant and the patient begins to respond and his levels of plaque begin to subside, ”he said.

“It was due to a murder in the lab that was discovered that this patient had more than one leukemia and a thrombocytopenia,” he said.

The doctors Natalia Rivera, Sherli Martínez, Luis Baez, Ramón Freese, among others, were part of the team in this case.