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What does it mean to have abnormal lymphocytes with prominent nuclei and clumping on film for a blood test. And enlarged spleen. Possible causes?
Many possibilities: Often associated with viral infections such as EBV disease it may also occur with non-infectious inflammatory conditions and with some hematologic malignancies. You do not provide enough info to go further than that, but a good clinical diagnostician should be able to work this out with further testing. Good luck and best wishes. ...Read more
my BMB report done for thrombocytosis and it stated "Marrow with patchy hypocellularity " also megas with abnormal spidery and/or bizarre nucleus?
Means little: Patchy hypocellularity is to be expected at your age; "spidery" nuclei doesn't mean anything in standard pathology, and the "bizarre" nuclei might be better charaterized. Have another pathologist read it out. There are DNA studies to check for essential thrombocythemia which is our major concern now that we ruled out a bunch of bad things which would have shown on marrow. ...Read more
No need to divide: The nucleus is present in cells that divide or continue to transcribe new genes into RNA and ultimately translate them to protein. Platelets are shed from larger cells called megakaryocytes, and have all the proteins and chemicals they need for their entire life, so no need for a nucleus. ...Read more
Embryology: It originates from a flexible rod-shaped body called the notochord (part of an embryo). The notochord is found ventral to the neural tube. It is found in the center of each disc space and surrounded by the annulus fibrosis. When a disc herniates, the nucleus pulposus escapes from the center of the disc space, navigates through a rent in the surrounding annulus fibrosis, and can push on a nerve. ...Read more
Here are some...: Key difference is DNA helices in body is a pair and in germ cell is a half of it, that is, single. Do you have some clinical specific health concern in mind? That should be more interested for most practicing physicians. If you like to explore more on life reality, peruse articles listed in http://www.formefirst.com/onLifeBasics.html. ...Read more
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What if fibrodenoma background shows bare bipolar nuclei and stromal fragments ?
should it be treated ?
It's your call: These have to do with the way in which the fine needle aspiration of the fibroadenoma was performed. A little extra physical strength can strip the nuclei and leave bits of stroma. If you don't mind having the lump there, fine. The risk of its turning malignant is very low. If this or any other bump in your breast starts really growing, get seen. http://www.breastpathology.info/fibroadenoma.html ...Read more
A disc herniation: The nucleus pulposus is the middle soft part of the disc in the spine that normally acts like a cushion. It looks and feels like a thick jelly material. Sometimes, it can leak out if there is a tear in the outside part of the disc (called the annulus fibrosus). When it leaks out, it can pinch a nerve and cause pain that radiates into the extremities. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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