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See below...: The treatment of leukemia, like any other cancer, should be managed by an oncologist. Many times the relapse is still responsive to chemotherapy and a second remission may be achieved. Subsequent options should be discussed with the oncologist and may include a bone marrow or stem cell transplant. ...Read more
What is accute conjuntivitis? I have accute conjuntivitis and I am curios what it is and how i got it?
Non specific symptom: Acute monocytes leukemia is a life-threatening disease. The symptoms are not specific for this disease. Typical symptoms include fatigue, diminished exercise tolerance, bruising, fever, and swollen gums. The diagnosis is made from examination of blood and/or marrow under a microscope. ...Read more
Upper respiratory: Upper respiratory infections are caused by a virus usually resulting in nose, sinus and throat symptoms. Often viral URIs are treated with fluids, rest, cough medications. If symptoms persist, worsen or localize to a specific area, an antibiotic may be indicated for a bacterial etiology. ...Read more