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ferropenic anemia

Jorge Moreno-Fernandez, Javier Diaz-Castro, M José M Alférez, Teresa Nestares, Julio J Ochoa, Ana Sánchez-Alcover, Inmaculada López-Aliaga
The aim of the current study was to assess the influence of fermented goat or cow milk on melatonin levels and antioxidant status and during anemia recovery. Eighty male Wistar rats were placed on a pre-experimental period of 40 days and randomly divided into two groups, a control group receiving normal-Fe diet (45 mg kg(-1)) and the Fe-deficient group receiving low-Fe diet (5 mg kg(-1)). Then, the rats were fed with fermented goat or cow milk-based diets with a normal-Fe content or Fe-overload (450 mg kg(-1)) for 30 days...
February 2016: Food & Function
José Antonio Serrano Reina, Teresa Nestares Pleguezuelo, Ma José Muñoz Alférez, Javier Díaz Castro, Ma Inmaculada López Aliaga
OBJECTIVE: in spite of the high incidence/prevalence of iron deficiency anemia (IDA) and the beneficial effects derived from the consumption of goat milk, scarce is known about the recovery of the anemia following a balanced diet accompanied by the intake of goat milk of goat. The aim of the current study is to assess, in rats with experimentally induced nutritional iron deficiency anemia, the effects of goat or cow milk-based diets, supplied during 30 days, on the recovery of the anemia and the efficiency of regeneration of the hemoglobin...
2015: Nutrición Hospitalaria: Organo Oficial de la Sociedad Española de Nutrición Parenteral y Enteral
Gladys Guevara Pacheco, Eduardo Chávez Cortés, Carlos Castillo-Durán
Celiac disease (CD) is apparently changing in its clinical presentation, from chronic diarrhea and malnutrition to a silent clinic at older ages. The basal enteropathy of CD induces macro-and micronutrient malabsorption. Described micronutrient deficiencies in CD include: Fe, Zn, Cu, folate, Ca, vitamin E, D, B12 and B6, with complex transporter mechanisms altered. Ferropenic anemia has been described in CD as the exclusive sign and the most common extraintestinal sign. Zn deficiency is frequent in CD, associated with growth delay and immune alterations...
October 2014: Archivos Argentinos de Pediatría
José Eduardo Dutra-de-Oliveira, Joel A Lamounier, Carlos A Nogueira de Almeida, Julio Sergio Marchini
BACKGROUND: Iron-deficiency anemia is the most common type of micronutrient malnutrition in the world. Its etiology and control are well understood, but the problem persists and is increasing in some developing countries. Iron fortification of mass-consumption foods is considered one of the most viable approaches to deliver bioavailable iron to the population. OBJECTIVE: To review and analyze the use of drinking water as an iron vehicle to reduce ferropenic anemia in developing countries...
June 2007: Food and Nutrition Bulletin
Marta Mesías, Isabel Seiquer, M Pilar Navarro
Adolescence is an important period of nutritional vulnerability due to increased dietary requirements for growth and development. Iron needs are elevated as a result of intensive growth and muscular development, which implies an increase in blood volume; thus, it is extremely important for the adolescent's iron requirements to be met. Diet, therefore, must provide enough iron and, moreover, nutrients producing adequate iron bioavailability to favor element utilization and thus be sufficient for needs at this stage of life...
2013: Critical Reviews in Food Science and Nutrition
Manuel Romero-Gómez, Marina Berenguer, Esther Molina, José Luis Calleja
The addition of protease inhibitors, boceprevir or telaprevir, to peginterferon+ribavirin (PegIFN/RBV) increases the frequency as well as the severity, and hence, clinical relevance of anemia, which has now become one of the major complications associated with triple therapy. Most significant factors associated with anemia in patients receiving triple therapy include older age, lower body mass index (BMI), advanced fibrosis, and lower baseline hemoglobin. The variability in inosine triphosphate pyrophosphatase (ITPA) gene, which encodes a protein that hydrolyses inosine triphosphate (ITP), has been identified as an essential genetic factor for anemia both in dual and triple therapy...
December 2013: Journal of Hepatology
Salesa Barja, Eduardo Capo, Lilian Briceño, Leticia Jakubson, Mireya Méndez, Ana Becker
INTRODUCTION: Children with chronic respiratory disease (CRD) are at increased risk of iron deficiency and anemia, which is under-diagnosed. AIM: To describe the iron (Fe) status in children with CRD and to evaluate the effects of its prophylactic indication. METHOD: Prospective study of children with CRD and adequate Fe intake in the diet. At baseline we measured hemogram, C-reactive protein and Fe profile. Subsequently, those with normal plasma hemoglobin (Hb) were not supplemented with Fe (Group A) and those with iron deficiency anemia or at risk of developing it (group B) were supplemented...
May 2013: Nutrición Hospitalaria: Organo Oficial de la Sociedad Española de Nutrición Parenteral y Enteral
Alvaro García-Manzanares, Alfredo J Lucendo, Sonia González-Castillo, Jesús Moreno-Fernández
Adult celiac disease (CD) presents with very diverse symptoms that are clearly different from those typically seen in pediatric patients, including ferropenic anemia, dyspepsia, endocrine alterations and elevated transaminase concentration. We present the case of a 51-year-old overweight woman with altered basal blood glucose, hypercholesterolemia, hypertriglyceridemia and persisting elevated transaminase levels, who showed all the symptoms for a diagnosis of metabolic syndrome. Because she presented iron deficiency anemia, she was referred to the gastroenterology department and subsequently diagnosed with celiac disease after duodenal biopsies and detection of a compatible HLA haplotype...
June 15, 2011: World Journal of Gastrointestinal Pathophysiology
Panagiotis Katsinelos, Grigoris Chatzimavroudis, Sotiris Terzoudis, Ioannis Patsis, Kostas Fasoulas, Taxiarchis Katsinelos, George Kokonis, Christos Zavos, Themistoklis Vasiliadis, Jannis Kountouras
OBJECTIVE: This study assessed the diagnostic yield of capsule endoscopy (CE) and its impact on patients with obscure gastrointestinal bleeding (OGIB). SUBJECTS AND METHODS: Between May 2007 and May 2009, 63 patients with OGIB (overt bleeding: 25, and occult blood loss with chronic ferropenic anemia: 38) and normal upper and lower endoscopy were studied by CE. Demographic characteristics, prior diagnostic tests, CE findings, therapeutic interventions, medical treatment and clinical outcomes following CE were evaluated...
2011: Medical Principles and Practice: International Journal of the Kuwait University, Health Science Centre
M Raquel Marques, Susana Oliveira, J P Gorjão Clara
Multiple extraintestinal diseases are present in 0.3- 4.5 % of inflammatory bowel disease patients. A 39-year-old woman was admitted with a 3 months history of cervicalgia with functional incapacity, asthenia, tibio-tarsal bilateral arthritis and bloody diarrhoea. She had ferropenic anemia, SR-120 mm, creatinine clearance-42 mL/min, proteinuria-1.2 g/24h. Colonoscopy with biopsy showed active ulcerative rectossigmoiditis. She had bilateral sacroileitis more pronounced at the right side which was suggestive of ankylosing spondylitis...
July 2010: Acta Médica Portuguesa
Cristina Ripoll, Guadalupe Garcia-Tsao
Portal hypertensive gastropathy and gastric antral vascular ectasia may cause gastrointestinal hemorrhage in patients with portal hypertension. Whereas the former presents exclusively in patients with portal hypertension, gastric antral vascular ectasia can also be observed in patients with other conditions. Diagnosis is established with upper gastrointestinal endoscopy, although some cases may require a biopsy to confirm the diagnosis. The most frequent manifestation is ferropenic anemia, which may become transfusion dependent...
May 2010: Clinics in Liver Disease
Teresa Nestares, Inmaculada López-Aliaga, María J M Alférez, Javier Díaz-Castro, Angeles Amat, Margarita S Campos
OBJECTIVE: The aim of this study was to examine the synergism of dietary calcium enrichment (added to goat's or cow's milk) and induced nutritional ferropenic anemia on oxidative status. METHODS: Control rats and rats with induced nutritional ferropenic anemia were fed for 14 d with diets containing normal (5000 mg/kg) or double (10 000 mg/kg) the recommended calcium content. Thiobarbituric acid-reactive substances in plasma were measured, as were the activities of the antioxidant enzyme catalase, copper/zinc superoxide dismutase, and glutathione peroxidase in erythrocyte cytosol...
May 2011: Nutrition
Sixto García-Castiñeiras
This review is focused on iron metabolism in the retina and in the lens and its relation to their respective age-related pathologies, macular degeneration (AMD) and cataract (ARC). Several aspects of iron homeostasis are considered first in the retina and second in the lens, paying particular attention to the transport of iron through the blood-retinal barrier and through the lens epithelial cell barrier, to the immunochemistry of iron-related proteins and their expression in both the retina and the lens, and to the nature of the photochemical damage caused by UV light on both tissues...
June 2010: Experimental Eye Research
Teresa Imelda Fortoul, Madeleine Vélez-Cruz, Silvia Antuna-Bizarro, Luis F Montaño, Vianey Rodriguez-Lara, Liliana Saldivar-Osorio
Air pollution by suspended particles has become a worldwide health problem. The main sources of these particles are fossils and additives combustion. Mn enters the body through inhalation, but part of the particles accesses contact with tongue's posterior surface where lingual tonsils and lingual papillae are placed. We decided to explore in a mouse model, the impact that the deposit of inhaled Mn has on the tongue's surface. Atrophy of the lingual tonsil, filiform papillae, as well as the swelling of taste buds in fungiform papillae, were the predominant changes...
2010: Journal of Electron Microscopy
Nadia Sardón Estévez, Martinus H Herruer, Ruud Jansen, Ferry J M Bergkamp, Jozef P M C Gorgels
The definitive diagnosis of alpha-thalassemia involves detection of a deletion of one or more alpha-globin that encode the alpha-chains of Hb (hemoglobin). To determine whether DNA analysis is indicated, screening tests such as mean corpuscular volume (MCV) and Hb typing are employed. alpha-Thalassemia often correlates with normal or low HbA2 values. Zinc protoporphyrin (ZPP) is usually high in ferropenic anemia or lead-poisoning and is normal or slightly raised in beta-thalassemia. Therefore, ZPP is currently used as a marker to discriminate between ferropenic anemia and beta-thalassemia...
May 2009: European Journal of Haematology
Ramiro Díaz Ríos, Julia Pérez Pereyra, Humberto Perea Guerrero, Américo Palomino Portilla, Oscar Frisancho Velarde
Diffuse hemangioma of the rectum is a rare benign vascular lesion. The case of a 30 year-old male with intermittent rectal bleeding with an evolution of 2 years and symptoms related to chronic ferropenic anemia is presented. The rectal endoscopy was interpreted as a malignant neoplastic epithelial lesion spread throughout the rectum. The biopsy indicated that it was a rectal hemangioma. A surgical resection was successfully performed. The study of the surgical specimen concluded that it was a diffuse rectal hemangioma...
April 2008: Revista de Gastroenterología del Perú: órgano Oficial de la Sociedad de Gastroenterología del Perú
Teresa Nestares, Mercedes Barrionuevo, Javier Díaz-Castro, Inmaculada López-Aliaga, Ma José M Alférez, Margarita S Campos
Ca-Fe interactions are known, but no studies are available about the effects of Ca-enriched goat or cow milk on Fe status in nutritional ferropenic anaemia (NFA). To examine this matter, control and Fe-deficient rats were fed for 14 d with goat or cow milk diets containing either normal or high Ca content (5000 or 10,000 mg/kg diet), and different indices and parameters related to iron status were measured. The apparent digestibility coefficient (ADC) and the Fe retention/intake (R/I) ratio were higher in control and anaemic rats fed goat milk diet (G diet), despite high-Ca content...
May 2008: Journal of Dairy Research
Raquel Reyes, Pilar Peris, Faust Feu, Angels Martínez-Ferrer, Angels Quera, Nuria Guañabens
BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVE: Whipple's disease (WD) is an infrequent multisystemic process, with a bacterial etiology and with a marked variability in relation to its clinical manifestations. The diagnosis is established by histopathologic study or by polymerase chain reaction (PCR) test. Our objective was to analyze the clinical characteristics and evolution of these patients. PATIENTS AND METHOD: We have reviewed the patients diagnosed with WD in our hospital during the last 20 years (1987-2007)...
February 23, 2008: Medicina Clínica
Angel G Vargas-Ruiz, Gabriela Hernández-Rivera, Miguel F Herrera
BACKGROUND: One of the most common bariatric operations is the laparoscopic Roux-en-Y gastric bypass (LRYGBP) in which the gastric capacity is restricted and the absorption by the small intestine is reduced. The objective of this study was to evaluate the incidence of iron, folate, and vitamin B12 deficiency anemia in patients undergoing LRYGBP. PATIENTS AND METHODS: Clinical records of 30 patients who underwent LRYGBP between July 2003 and January 2005 and had a minimum follow up of 24 months at our outpatient clinic were included...
March 2008: Obesity Surgery
J Baltar, N Moran, F Ortega, T Ortega, P Rebollo, F Cofan, J M Campistol
BACKGROUND: Patients with chronic allograft nephropathy (CAN) very frequently suffer anemia. Correction of anemia by means of recombinant erythropoietin (rEpo) is possible and useful, but safety and efficacy must be assessed. METHODS: This multicenter, prospective, open study included patients with a cadaver renal transplant, CAN, and non-ferropenic anemia. The aim of the study was to determine the safety and efficacy of treatment with rEpo to target hematocrit (HCT) values around 35% and/or hemoglobin (Hb) levels of 11 g/dL...
September 2007: Transplantation Proceedings
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