This is most common donor blood reaction and may be seen in 5% of blood transfusion.
This is characterised by :
These are measuring flasks with varying sizes of 1 to 4000 mL.These are primarily used to prepare the solution of known concentration.
Wilson’s disease is a rare inherited disorder that causes too much copper to accumulate in the liver, brain and other vital organs.
Serum ceruloplasmin level is low.
Total serum copper is decreased.
Liver biopsy shows high copper concentration (> 250 microgram/gm).
There is large production of the gastrin.
This may be seen in the pancreatic gastrinoma, antral G- cell hyperplasia, chronic atrophic gastritis. gastric carcinoma and gastric ulcer.