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Related to megaloblastic anemia: macrocytic anemia, aplastic anemia
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MGAMultiobjective Genetic Algorithm (computer science)
MGAMicrosoft Genuine Advantage (anti-piracy system)
MGAMalagasy Ariary (ISO currency code)
MGAMember and Geographic Activities (IEEE)
MGAManagua, Nicaragua (Airport Code)
MGAMedley Global Advisors (New York)
MGAMyasthenia Gravis Association (UK)
MGAMidwestern Governors Association (Washington, DC)
MGAManaging General Agent (insurance)
MGAMasters in Government Administration (degree program; University of Pennsylvania)
MGAMultimode Graphics Adapter
MGAMeteorological and Geophysical Agency (Indonesia)
MGAMetal Gear Acid (gaming)
MGAMelengestrol Acetate (synthetic progesterone)
MGAMessy Genetic Algorithm (heredity)
MGAMonochrome Graphics Adapter
MGAManagement Général Avancé (French: Advanced General Management)
MGA3-Methylglutaconic Aciduria
MGAMiddle Gimbal Angle (astronomy)
MGAMalaysian Golf Association
MGAMailorder Gardening Association
MGAMedium Gain Antenna
MGAMichigan Guaranty Agency (Michigan Higher Education Assistance Authority)
MGAMegaloblastic Anemia
MGAMajor Graded Area
MGAMatrox Graphics Adapter
MGAMicro-Genetic Algorithm
MGAMacdougall Gabriel Associates (UK)
MGAMathew Greenwald Associates (market research: Washington, DC)
MGAManitoba Golf Association (Canada)
MGAMultiple Gas Analyzer
MGAMutuelle Générale d'Assurances (French: General Mutual Insurance)
MGAMicro Gas Analyzer
MGAMultiple Group Analysis
MGAMaster Graphoanalyst
MGAManitoba Go Association
MGAManitoba Goat Association (Manitoba, Canada)
MGAMichigan Gazehound Association
MGAMaster Government Appraiser
MGAMature Gaming Association (gaming guild)
MGAMaster General Agents/Brokers (financial)
MGAMichigan Gamers Association (University of Michigan)
MGAMessage Guidance Area
MGAMonterey Green Action
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In another group (23%), with hypercellular or normocellular marrow and only megaloblastic or mild megalodyserythropoietic change without any other lineage dysplasia, it was not possible to separate MDS from megaloblastic anemia (MA) with certainty and cytogenetic finding except in two of them was normal.
Conclusion: Folic acid deficiency was the most common cause of megaloblastic anemia (62.
dagger] During postarrival medical screening and follow-up examinations, this population should be screened for clinical signs and symptoms of the deficiency, such as megaloblastic anemia, peripheral neuropathy, and other neurologic disorders (4,5).
These are also classic symptoms of megaloblastic anemias such as vitamin B12, but not folic acid deficiency.
Megaloblastic anemia (MA) is macrocytic and normochromic with numerous morphologic abnormalities evident in erythrocytes, including macroovalocytes, Howell-Jolly bodies, and basophilic stippling.
Stippling interferes with hemoglobin function and can indicate thalassemia, iron deficiency, hemoglobinopathy, megaloblastic anemia, and lead or other heavy-metal poisoning.
12] deficiency include megaloblastic anemia and progressive neurologic disease of the central and peripheral nervous systems.
3) Thiamine deficiency may be associated with a megaloblastic anemia (10) which, in turn, may respond to supplementation.
12], may be necessary in some cases of megaloblastic anemia (See "Megaloblastic Anemia: Vitamin [B.
A syndrome of methylmalonic aciduria, homocysteine, megaloblastic anemia and neurologic abnormalities in a vitamin B12 deficient breast-fed infant of a strict vegetarian.