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Anemia caused by hypothyroidism

Anemia caused by hypothyroidism is common in endocrine diseases, mainly because thyroxine can partially affect iron absorption, reduce the metabolic rate of hematopoietic tissue, reduce the iron renewal rate in plasma and red blood cells, reduce tissue oxygen consumption, and reduce the secretion of erythropoietin.

Symptoms

Bacteremia

Echinocytosis secondary to severe liver disease

Plasma cell leukemia

Familial polycythemia

Zygomycosis

Progressive pigmented purpura dermatosis

Giant platelet disease

Macroglobulinemia

Giant cell arteritis scleritis

Acute suppurative tenosynovitis

Cervical spinal cord injury

Open neck injury

Accumulated stagnation

Intermittent exotropia

Viral hepatitis A

Acute abscess

Mental disorders associated with alcohol

Myopathic nephrotic metabolic syndrome

Myelitis

Goiter

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