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Table 1 Differential diagnosis for thrombocytosis

From: Severe thrombocytosis and anemia associated with celiac disease in a young female patient: a case report

Typical causes of thrombocytosis
• Chronic myeloproliferative disorders such as CML, PV, ET
• Certain myelodysplastic syndromes such as 5q-syndrome
• Underlying or occult malignancy
• Chronic inflammatory or infectious disease
• Asplenia
• Drug induced (for example, Vincristine, ATRA, cytokines, growth factors)
• Secondary after hemolytic crisis or hemorrhage
• Iron deficiency