Perfil hematológico de pacientes de hanseníase com episódios reacionais de eritema nodoso

Autores

  • Telma Cristina de Freitas Médica Hematologista, Mestre em Patologia Bucal - Bauru- SP
  • Raul Negrão Fleury Diretor do Serviço de Epidemiologia e Médico Patologista do Instituto Lauro de Souza Lima - Baum - SP

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.47878/hi.1996.v21.35436

Palavras-chave:

Eritema nodoso hansênico, Resultados hematológicos

Resumo

Neste trabalho foram avaliados os parâmetros hematológicos de dezoito pacientes com eritema nodoso hansênico.(ENH). Oito desses pacientes tiveram ENH intenso e moderado e dez pacientes tiveram ENH leve. Os resultados mostraram que os pacientes com ENH intenso e moderado, tiveram alterações significativas nos resultados hematológicos: deficiência de ferro, um tempo aumentado de lise de euglobulina e hiperfibrinogenemia. Contudo, nenhuma alteração foi observada nos outros parâmetros estudados (tempo de protrombina, corpos de Heinz e produtos de degradação do fibrinogênio) em todos os casos de ENH.

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30-06-1999

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Freitas TC de, Fleury RN. Perfil hematológico de pacientes de hanseníase com episódios reacionais de eritema nodoso. Hansen. Int. [Internet]. 30º de junho de 1999 [citado 13º de abril de 2024];21(1):52-7. Disponível em: https://periodicos.saude.sp.gov.br/hansenologia/article/view/35436

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