Felty's Syndrome

Definition of Felty's Syndrome:

A group of abnormal changes (such as an enlarged spleen, frequent infections, and a decreased white blood cell count) that accompanies rheumatoid arthritis.

Also: Felty Syndrome

Topics Related to Felty's Syndrome

Enlarged Spleen

...the condition
“...Idiopathic autoimmune hemolytic anemia; Immune hemolytic anemia; Cancers Leukemia; Lymphoma; Hodgkin's disease; Other causes Sarcoidosis; Sickle cell splenic crisis; Banti's syndrome; Felty syndrome; Although often there are no symptoms, there may be pain in the left upper section of the abdomen...”


...the condition
“...In addition to those listed below, other causes include ... Felty's syndrome (characterized by the combination of rheumatoid arthritis, splenomegaly and neutropenia)...”
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