But no one could figure out the cause of her anemia until someone asked her more carefully about her diet.
MDS is a relatively rare condition that can lead to a depletion of red or white blood cells, anemia, heavy bleeding.
In 2008, she died with a brain full of tumors that her family now believes was related to the anemia drug regimen.
Its relationship to anemia, however, is more complex than the cause-and-effect sequence I learned in medical school.
The hæmorrhages from anemia are, on the other hand, so frequent, as to explain the majority of such cases as Dr. Clarke's.
Malnutrition or anemia are also conditions which greatly disturb sleep.
Indicated in anemia and convalescence from acute diseases and surgical operations.
He seems to regard Atheism as a city malady, like rickets and anemia.
Her education and work, or rather method of work, had wrought out for her anemia and epileptiform attacks.
That's the third time this year, so she must really have anemia.
anemia a·ne·mi·a (ə-nē'mē-ə)
A pathological deficiency in the oxygen-carrying component of the blood, measured in unit volume concentrations of hemoglobin, red blood cell volume, or red blood cell number.
A deficiency in the oxygen-carrying component of the blood, as in the amount of hemoglobin or the number or volume of red blood cells. Iron deficiency, often caused by inadequate dietary consumption of iron, and blood loss are common causes of anemia. See also aplastic anemia, hemolytic anemia.and sickle cell anemia.
Note: Because people suffering from anemia often appear weak and pale, the term is frequently used to describe general apathy or weakness: “The team's performance has been pretty anemic these past few weeks.”