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How typical is acute lymphoblastic leukemia in children in canada?

How typical is acute lymphoblastic leukemia in children in canada?

See below: Between 2003-2007, 1257 children (age 0-19 years old) were diagnosed with acute lymphoblastic leukemia in canada. See the following website for more information about statistics in canada: http://www.Cancer.Ca/en/cancer-information/cancer-type/leukemia-childhood/statistics/?Region=on. ...Read more

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How frequently can relapse occur in acute lymphocytic leukemia (all)?

How frequently can relapse occur in acute lymphocytic leukemia (all)?

20-30: It depend to the type of ALL ,B cell ,T cell ,age of diagnosis ,bellow 2 years or above 9 years ,CNS involvement at diagnosis,but about 20-25% ...Read more

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Chances of curing acute lymphoblastic leukemia in adults?

Chances of curing acute lymphoblastic leukemia in adults?

See below: About 80-90% of patients will achieve remission, but some of these patients will relapse and not be cured. Overall cure is achieved in about 40%. Those numbers come from this link: http://www.Cancer.Org/cancer/leukemia-acutelymphocyticallinadults/overviewguide/leukemia-all-overview-survival-rates. ...Read more

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What are the symptoms of acute adult leukemia?

What are the symptoms of acute adult leukemia?

Several: Fatigue, fever, easy bruising, infection are some of the symptoms of acute leukemia. Having any of these symptoms, however, does not mean that someone has leukemia. ...Read more

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Is chronic leukemia always fatal in adults?

Is chronic leukemia always fatal in adults?

No: there are several different types of chronic leukemia. They are not always fatal. There are chemotherapy treatments for them. CLL type leukemia often causes no problems for several years. See an oncologist just for specific advice ...Read more

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What causes acute epiglottitis in children?

What causes acute epiglottitis in children?

Mostly infection: Very rare infection of epiglottis, flap of elastic cartilage tissue covered with mucous membrane, attached to the entrance of the larynx, blocking entrance of food into airway when swallowing. Since vaccination for hemophilus influenza even rarer.Most common organism causing epiglottitis now is streptococcus pneumoniae. Other organisms include parainfluenzae, varicella-zoster, herpes simplex. ...Read more

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What are the symptoms of acute myeloid leukemia?

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What are the symptoms of acute myeloid leukemia?

Fatigue, fever etc: Acute myeloid leukemia starts from bone marrow, where normal blood cells were made. Leukemia cells will decrease the abilities of bone marrow to make normal blood cells such red blood cells (delivery oxygen); white blood cells (fight for infection), and platelets (stop bleeding). Therefore, the symptoms can be fatigue, fever, bruising or bleeding, bone pain, swollen glands, and weight loss. ...Read more

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Symptomatology level of what would be the difference between acute myeloid leukemia and acute lymphoid leukemia?

Symptomatology level of what would be the difference between acute myeloid leukemia and acute lymphoid leukemia?

AML vs. ALL: The symptoms of AML and all can be quite similar since both cause anemia (low red cells) and low platelets (which causes bruising and bleeding). In addition, they both cause an increased risk of various infections. AML is more likely to cause swollen gums and lumps on the skin. All is more likely to cause neurological symptoms since it can sometimes get into the brain or spinal fluid. ...Read more

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Help! what is acute lymphocytic leukemia in a chronic stage?

Help! what is acute lymphocytic leukemia in a chronic stage?

I believe you have: These diagnoses confused. Chronic leukemias display an elevated # of wbcs with morphologic and functional features similar to the mature cells of that lineage (lymphoid-cll vs myeloid-cml). Think of it as not turning off the spigot when the bucket is full. Acute leukemias have features of immature cells for a lineage (aml vs all). Acute leukemias can arise from chronic ones. This is blast crisis. ...Read more

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What are symptoms of meningitis in adults in college?

What are symptoms of meningitis in adults in college?

Sick as stink: Imagine the morning after a night of drinking, but no night of drinking - that would be like the symptoms of meningitis. Severe headache, nausea, vomiting, fatigue, ache, trouble with vision, trouble with balance, feeling like you want to die - then you may have meningitis. Needs thorough medical evaluation right away! ...Read more

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Please describe the mortality rate for acute lymphocytic leukemia?

Please describe the mortality rate for acute lymphocytic leukemia?

Differs depending...: On the subtype of all, age and risk stratification. Pts with b-cell phenotypes tend to do better than those with t-cell dz. Children tend to do better than adolescents and adults. There are also several molecular abnormalities with prognostic significance. Not enough room here to list. Taking all comers, survival among adults is 40-50% while for children, 80-85%. Ask if you need more specifics. ...Read more

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What are the symptoms of having high risk b-precursor acute lymphoblastic leukemia?

Fatigue, anemia...: Are common, other symptoms include bruising or an infection. The symptoms are caused by low blood counts (the leukemia cells suppress bone marrow production of normal blood cells like red cells, white cells, platelets). The symptoms don't tell you that someone is 'high risk' or 'b-precursor'--you need special lab tests of the cells and bone marrow to determine that. ...Read more

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Does thrombocytopenia occur in all cases of pre-leukemia or leukemia?

Does thrombocytopenia occur in all cases of pre-leukemia or leukemia?

No: The effect on the blood counts such as the white blood cells, red blood cells and platelets can be variable. The platelets can be low (thrombocytopenia) for these disorders but in some patients it can be normal. ...Read more

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Hi, I have one question, symptomatology level of what would be the difference between acute myeloid leukemia and acute lymphoid leukemia?

Hi, I have one question, symptomatology level of what would be the difference between acute myeloid leukemia and acute lymphoid leukemia?

Acute leukemia: Acute leuekemias can have the same symptoms: bruising, bleeding, fatigue, bone pain (legs and back), fever. The difference is often detected once blood counts are evaluated. Some leuekemias can have other symptoms as well. Certain all types have increased lymph node swellings. Certain amls can have gum swelling. ...Read more

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Can acute viral myocarditis be a congenital condition in children?

Can acute viral myocarditis be a congenital condition in children?

Yes: Congenital by definition means existing at (and sometimes before )birth. A congenital myocarditis is one complication of measles or rubella in a newborn & may occur with an unvaccinated mother infected in the later stage of pregnancy. Other maternal viral infections may also trigger a myocarditis in a newborn. If the infection occurs after birth, it would not be considered acongenital condition. ...Read more

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Can acute HIV symptoms show up in 2 different occasions?

Can acute HIV symptoms show up in 2 different occasions?

Acute HIV infection: Acute HIV infection is like having the worst flu of your life. But, this symptom does not occur in every case. Sometimes people do not have symptoms when they get the infection. Rashes, fevers, muscle and body aches with significant fatigue is the norm. ...Read more

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What causes myocardial infections in young adults?

What causes myocardial infections in young adults?

Viral/Bacterial: Cardiac infections can be viral(bad luck) & bacterial coming from another infection sending bacteria into blood stream (sepsis). IV drug users inject bacteria directly into blood. Even skin infections can become sepsis. But any pneumonia, GI infection(diverticulitis) AsWellAs procedures that enter blood stream like IV site. Never ignore infection, antibiotics can freq prevent this complication. ...Read more

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Can juvenile arthritis in children cause CKD in adulthood?

Can juvenile arthritis in children cause CKD in adulthood?

No: You need to look for another cause of your chronic kidney disease (I'm going to assume that is what CKD means). Remember that nowadays, with the fad for subscientific estimates of renal function, many athletic men are overdiagnosed just because their muscles produce extra creatinine. Painkillers for JRA can also impair kidney function, usually reversibly. Insist on a real diagnosis. Best wishes. ...Read more

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