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Results 1 - 10 of 32 for Familial erythrocytosis
  1. Familial erythrocytosis is an inherited condition characterized by an increased number of red blood cells (erythrocytes). The primary function of these cells is ...
  2. ... the EPAS1 gene have been found to cause familial erythrocytosis, an inherited condition characterized by an increased number ... an elevated risk of abnormal blood clots. When familial erythrocytosis results from EPAS1 gene mutations, it is often ...
  3. ... the EGLN1 gene have been found to cause familial erythrocytosis, an inherited condition characterized by an increased number ... an elevated risk of abnormal blood clots. When familial erythrocytosis results from EGLN1 gene mutations, it is often ...
  4. ... the VHL gene have been found to cause familial erythrocytosis, a condition characterized by an increased number of ... an elevated risk of abnormal blood clots. When familial erythrocytosis results from VHL gene mutations, it is often ...
  5. ... the EPOR gene have been found to cause familial erythrocytosis, an inherited condition characterized by an increased number ... an elevated risk of abnormal blood clots. When familial erythrocytosis results from EPOR gene mutations, it is often ...
  6. Blood Disorders (National Library of Medicine)  
    Your blood is living tissue made up of liquid and solids. The liquid part, called plasma, is made of water, salts and protein. Over half of your blood is ...
  7. ... Familydoctor.org [Internet]. Leawood (KS): American Academy of Family Physicians; c2021. Polycythemia Vera; [updated 2018 Oct 29; cited 2021 Jan ... 3 screens]. Available from: ... Academy of Family Physicians; c2021. Raynaud's Disease; [updated 2019 Jul 25; ...
  8. ... to run in families. In some of these families, the risk of developing polycythemia vera appears to have an autosomal dominant pattern ... condition in familial cases is unknown. In these families, people seem to inherit an increased ... not the disease itself. Osler-Vaquez disease ...
  9. More information and support for people with polycythemia vera and their families can be found at: Leukemia and Lymphoma Society -- www.lls.org/myeloproliferative-neoplasms/polycythemia-vera MPN Research Foundation -- www.mpnresearchfoundation.org/living-with- ...
  10. ... not show signs and symptoms of the condition. Familial manganese-induced neurotoxicity HMNDYT Genetic Testing Registry: Hypermanganesemia with dystonia 2 Hypermanganesemia with dystonia polycythemia and cirrhosis Disease InfoSearch National Organization for Rare ...
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