Anemia Due To Myelodysplasia And Disorders Of Iron Transport

Anemia due to iron transport disorders (atransferrinemia) are extremely rare. They occur when iron is not from the memory tissues (z. B. mucosal cells, liver) may be transported to the erythropoietic precursor cells. Here, an absence of transferrin or a defective transferrin molecule is believed to be the cause. In addition to anemia is usually found a marked hemosiderosis of lymphoid tissue, especially along the gastrointestinal tract.

Anemia is often in the foreground (myelodysplastic syndrome) in myelodysplasischen syndromes. The anemia may be microcytic or normocytic normochromic. Most are found dimorphic (large and small) populations of circulating cells. In the bone marrow examination, a decreased erythropoiesis, megaloblastic or dysplastic changes and occasionally an increased number of ringed sideroblasts show. The treatment is the same as with the sideroblastären anemia (anemia Sideroblastäre). Anemia due to iron transport disorders (atransferrinemia) are extremely rare. They occur when iron is not from the memory tissues (z. B. mucosal cells, liver) may be transported to the erythropoietic precursor cells. Here, an absence of transferrin or a defective transferrin molecule is believed to be the cause. In addition to anemia is usually found a marked hemosiderosis of lymphoid tissue, especially along the gastrointestinal tract.

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