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Hypocellular Marrow With Trilineage Hematopoiesis
Hypercellular Marrow,increased Trilineage Hematopoiesis,reactive lymphoplasmacytosis, Erythropoiesis normoblastic and decreased. Myeloblasts not increased Megakaryocytes increased, include young forms
Marrow confusion: Complex because the answer is dependent on the hematologists total examination and not just a marrow. There is a difference between dysmorphic cells and immature forms so no diagnosis can be made from your comments. Stick with the hematologist or concologist. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Aplastic anemia: Aplastic anemia is a condition where for some unclear reason the bone marrow fails to produce normal blood cells. It could be due to underlying genetic mutation plus environmental -i.e. Drugs, chemical agent, infection, etc. Immunosupressant agent has been used to treat aplastic anemia with some response. Allogeneic bone marrow transplant will be the treatment of choice to cure the disease. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Type of Leukemia?: More details are needed to answer this question, specifically what is the leukemia type? Is it acute lymphoblastic leukemia, chronic lymphocytic leukemia, or are you referring to chronic myeloid leukemia? Please ask this question again with the additional information so it can be answered. ...Read more
In a report its written.. Alert! rbc: moderate anisopoikilocytosis. Predominantly microcytic hypochromic cells with ovalocytes and elliptocytes?
Many: The main lethal disease treated with stem cell transplants are hematologic malignancies such as leukemia, lymphoma and myeloma. Bone marrow failure (aplastic anemia) is also treated with stem cell transplants. Some life-threatening genetic disease can also be treated with a transplant. ...Read more
Is bone marrow transplantation is curative for chronic myeloid leukemia caused by (Philadelphia chromosome) ?
Complex problem: It appears that your bone marrow is not making new blood, so you have anemia due to the failure of production. If you have pancytopenia then the problem is much more than anemia alone. Such situation are either due to leukemia or preleukemic conditions like Myelodysplastic syndrome(MDS). You need a blood specialist to help you sort it out and guide you further. ...Read more
Plasma cell Myeloma
Myelogram test shows- Plasma cell=24%
No haemoparasites seen
Leucopoisesis-More active with Plasmacytosis?
Hb 10.3, platelets 105000, normoblasts=03/100wbcs. Rbcs morphology is normochromic. Normocytic majority of lymphocytes are atypical. Mononeuclear smal?
We can't answer: Especially with the abnormal morphology of the lymphocytes, you need to speak either with the treating physician -- primary care or consulting hematologist -- or with a physician you trust. No one here can tell you what this means though it is of course very concerning. ...Read more
Leukemias: Acute leukemias are those with large numbers of immature cells that grow quickly. They can be either myeloid or lymphoid in lineage. Chronic leukemias have more mature cells, a longer course, but can also be myeloid or lymphoid. A hematologist/oncologist is generally the treating physician, and a hematopathologist is the one who give the specific syping. ...Read more
What in laymen terms does. Hyper cellular bone marrow with decreased trilineage hematopeisis mean?
Why are umbilical cord stem cells sometimes uses along with donor cells in an allogeneic bone marrow transplant?
One of the other: Stem cells can be obtained from 3 different sources: from Bone marrow of the Donor, blood of the donor or stem cells from umbilical cord. But we have to give an adequate number(Dose) of stem cells in order to have full protection. So combining them may only be needed because of inadequate number of stem cells from one of the sources ...Read more
Is angioimmunoblastic t-cell lymphoma still treatable if in the marrow, anemia, low platelets, swelling?
T cell lymphoma: It is treatable but need careful supervision under the oncologist as chemo can be detrimental with low blood counts but sometimes that is the only way marrow can be cleared of lymphoma so lot of thinking needs to be done in selecting appropriate chemo for such patients. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Peripheral t-cell lymphoma cure: chop induction+ifosfamide/mtx + autologous transplant or romidepsim+brenduximab?
Complex problem: Cannot comment with 2 lines of information. Need the entire clinical context. If you seek more detailed information get a formal second opinion. ...Read more
Gleevec (imatinib): Gleevec (imatinib) is indicated for a condition called chronic myelogeneous leukemia as well as given to patient with philadelphia positive acute lymphoblastic leukemia. Immature white blood cells which is called blast would be found in acute leukemia. It also can be found in chronic myelogenous leukemia. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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