Results 1 - 10 of 89 for Anemia of Kidney Disease
  1. ... such as chickenpox or measles ) Hepatitis Iron deficiency anemia Kidney disease Liver disease with jaundice Pregnancy Reactions to medicines ...
  2. ... test result may be incorrect in people with anemia, kidney disease, or certain blood disorders ( thalassemia ). Talk to your ...
  3. ... conditions or events: Abnormal or rapid heart rhythms Anemia Anxiety Long-term (chronic) kidney disease Fever Heart failure Heart valve problem called aortic ...
  4. ESR 
    ... increased ESR rate may occur in people with: Anemia Cancers such as lymphoma or multiple myeloma Kidney disease Pregnancy Thyroid disease The immune system helps protect ...
  5. ... that is causing it is treated. More severe anemia, such as that caused by chronic kidney disease, cancer, or HIV/AIDS may require: Blood transfusion ...
  6. ... blood cells being destroyed earlier than normal ( hemolytic anemia ) Bleeding Blood disorder in a fetus or newborn (erythroblastosis fetalis) Kidney disease, with increased production of a hormone called erythropoietin ...
  7. ... Diabetes Hypothyroidism Inflammatory bowel disease Juvenile rheumatoid arthritis Kidney disease Sickle cell anemia Thalassemia Genetic conditions, such as: Down syndrome Noonan ...
  8. Health problems that may result from PKD include: Anemia Bleeding or rupture of cysts Long-term (chronic) kidney disease End-stage kidney disease High blood pressure Infection ...
  9. ... blood cells dying earlier than normal ( hemolytic anemia ) Anemia (various types) Bleeding from digestive tract or bladder, heavy menstrual periods Chronic kidney disease Bone marrow being unable to produce new red ...
  10. ... be due to sudden blood loss, long-term diseases, kidney failure , aplastic anemia , or man-made heart valves). MCV above normal. ... be due to sudden blood loss, long-term diseases, kidney failure, aplastic anemia, or man-made heart valves). MCH above normal. ...
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