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>Revistas >Revista de Hematología >Año 2011, No. 3


Pandey S, Ranjan R, Toteja GS, Rao S, Mishra RM, Pandey Sw, Saxena R
Estado de los micronutrientes y parámetros hematológicos y bioquímicos en dubtypes falciformes: reporte preliminar de la India
Rev Hematol Mex 2011; 12 (3)

Idioma: Español
Referencias bibliográficas: 45
Paginas: 131-137
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RESUMEN

Objetivo: evaluar las concentraciones de varios micronutrientes en pacientes con anemia drepanocítica y estudiar los parámetros bioquímicos y hematológicos asociados con la gravedad de la enfermedad.
Material y método: estudioÖ.. al que se incluyeron 25 pacientes con drepanocitosis y 30 sujetos controles. El diagnóstico de drepanocitosis se hizo por cromatografía líquida de alta resolución. En todos los pacientes y controles se analizaron las características clínicas y los parámetros hematológicos. Se midieron la cifras de glucosa, bilirrubina total, proteínas totales, transaminasas, fosfatasa alcalina, proteína C reactiva y los micronutrientes: cinc, selenio, cobre, vitamina A y vitamina E. Los pacientes con drepanocitosis se sublasificaron en tres grupos: heterocigotos (n = 6), homocigotos (n = 8) y dobles heterocigotos para hemoglobinopatía S y talasemia beta (n =11). Las transaminasas hepáticas se encontraron elevadas, principalmente la AST. En los pacientes homocigotos la proteína C-reactiva, fosfatasa alcalina y glucosa se encontraron elevadas, y las concentraciones de cinc, selenio y vitamina A estuvieron significativamente disminuidas. Las concentraciones de vitamina E disminuyeron en los pacientes dobles heterocigotos.
Conclusiones: las concentraciones de varios micronutrientes están disminuidas en los pacientes drepanocíticos de la India y asociadas significativamente con parámetros hematológicos y bioquímicos relacionados con la gravedad del padecimiento


Palabras clave: micronutriente, SCD, talasemia beta, dobles heterocigotos.


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