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Doctor insights on: Hypoplasia Of Bone Marrow

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Wondering about what can be the reason of bone marrow mudullary hypoplasia culullarity 25 % what's reason behind this tell me the execption please?

Wondering about what can be the reason of bone marrow mudullary hypoplasia culullarity 25 % what's reason behind this tell me the execption please?

Many possibilities: Could be genetic causes or an acquired stem cell injury from viruses, toxins, or chemicals that leads to a quantitative or qualitative abnormality.

Talk to your doctor regarding these questions you have and you will get better answers.

More info available at: http://emedicine. Medscape. Com/article/199003-overview#aw2aab6b2b2aa. ...Read more

Bone Marrow (Definition)

Bone marrow is the flexible tissue found in the interior of bones. In humans, red blood cells are produced in the heads of long bones, in a process known as hematopoesis. On average, bone marrow constitutes 4% of the total body mass of humans; in an adult weighing 65 kilograms (140 lb), bone marrow accounts for approximately ...Read more


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What is. A bone marrow?

What is. A bone marrow?

Bone marrow is: Tissue in the center or hollow part of the bones. It makes red blood cells. Eventually white blood cells are manufactured. All of this is helps our immune system protect us from infection. Peace and good health. ...Read more

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Any benefit from eating bone marrow?

Any benefit from eating bone marrow?

No: No, no health benefit. But, if prepared well as in osso bucco, it can be delicious when spread on little toasts. ...Read more

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What does bone marrow consists mostly of?

What does bone marrow consists mostly of?

Blood cells and fat: Bone marrow is a mixture of developing and mature blood cells and fat. The precursors of white blood cells, red blood cells and platelets start in the bone marrow and mature into their final forms before entering the circulatory system. ...Read more

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For what reasons bone marrow test is conducted?

For what reasons bone marrow test is conducted?

The list is too long: Her's a link that answers your question in detail
http://emedicine. Medscape. Com/article/207575-overview. ...Read more

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Donating bone marrow, where would I have to go?

Donating bone marrow, where would I have to go?

Your doctor can guid: You will need to be guided by the folks who have asked you to give bone marrow. Most often the procedure is done with help from a blood bank located in a hospital. The national marrow donor program (nmdp) is an organization with whom you can connect on the internet and seek further guidance. ...Read more

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What are the symptoms of 'bone marrow suppression'?

What are the symptoms of 'bone marrow suppression'?

Many: Bone marrow makes red cells that carry oxygen, white cells that protect you from infection, and platelets that stop you from bleeding. If bone marrow suppressed you will have anaemia-low red cells cause fatigue, infections since low white cells, and bleeding caused by low platelets. It can range from no symptoms-mild to severe. All depends on severity of the suppression. ...Read more

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What will happen if you have bone marrow suppression?

Anemia: It cause anemia, low white cell and low platelet, so may need blood and platelet transfusion and some time infection treatment ...Read more

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How should I go about donating bone marrow and how would this happen?

Talk to the folks wh: The person who needs your marrow can guide you. There is a national marrow donor program (nmdp) who is deeeply engaged in seeking donors. They would love to get hold of you. Your local blood bank would know more about it and can connect you with the nmdp. ...Read more

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How much pain is expected from giving bone marrow to someone that needs it?

It is not too bad: There are 2 different ways bone marrow (stem cells) can be given to someone. One is quite simple and has literally no pain (it is called peripheral stem cell collection by apheresis). The other, more commonly used in the past, is true bone marrow donation which requires general anesthesia in order to draw the bone marrow from the hip bones and does cause more discomfort than the blood stem cell coll. ...Read more

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Does ilium have bone marrow?

Does ilium have bone marrow?

Yes.: That's where bone marrow aspiration is commonly done from. ...Read more

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How often can I donate bone marrow?

No set time: Donating bone marrow is different from donating blood or plasma, it is a surgical procedure, and you need to be matched to the recipient. ...Read more

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How often can I donate bone marrow?

How often can I donate bone marrow?

3 months: Since bone marrow removed during donation is replenished by the body in 4-6 weeks, I would recommend 3 months as a reasonable interval, if you are in good health. Do discuss this with your physician and with your donor center, and thanks for considering bone marrow donation. ...Read more

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Are bone marrow biopsies ever false?

Rarely: Keep in mind that there is no such thing as 100% in life or in medicine. For every test we do, there is some chance (which may be very, very small) that the result will be incorrect. ...Read more

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Are bone marrow transplants painful?

Are bone marrow transplants painful?

Side effects: There are many effects which can be unpleasant like nausea, vomiting, diarrhea amd mouth sores. Depending on how the transplant is done the mouth sores can be severe and painful. There can be abdominal pain or bone pain in some patients. ...Read more

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Help please! Is bone marrow curable?

Bone marrow: Please rephrase your question. Bone marrow is a normal component in all of our bones. ...Read more

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How does leukemia affect bone marrow?

How does leukemia affect bone marrow?

Yes: Leukemia is a cancer of blood cells and almost by definition includes the bone marrow.
I can't think of an exception to bone marrow involvement in leukemia (although maybe some case report does exist...). ...Read more

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What are risks of bone marrow donation?

Stem cell collection: Some times stem cells for transplant can be collected from an IV in your arm. This process involves a medication, g-csf, which increases the stem cells. This medication can cause flu-like symptoms and bone pain. Then the cells are taken, similar to giving blood or platelets. ...Read more

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What causes bone marrow tumors to form?

Do not know: There are multiple different types of bone marrow tumors and the cause for almost all is unknown. A few things like exposure to benzene and radiation do predispose a person to leukemia. You may consult this site for info: http://www. Mayoclinic. Org/diseases-conditions/leukemia/basics/causes/CON-20024914
For good health - Have a diet rich in fresh vegetables, fruits, whole grains, milk and milk products, nuts, beans, legumes, lentils and small amounts of lean meats. Avoid saturated fats. Drink enough water daily, so that your urine is mostly colorless. Exercise at least 150 minutes/week and increase the intensity of exercise gradually. Do not use tobacco, alcohol, weed or street drugs in any form.
Practice safe sex, if you have sex. ...Read more

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How can you become a bone marrow donor?

It is simple: You can register in the national marrow donor program (called nmdp or be the match). Look it up in the internet or you can go to your local hospital blood bank and ask them to register you as a volunteer/potential donor. ...Read more

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In which bones can bone marrow be found?

In which bones can bone marrow be found?

Axial skeleton: Most of the bone marrow is in the skull, vertebral bodies (back bones), pelvis, ribs, and upper portion of the femurs (thigh bones) and humeri (upper arms). It is the red part of a beef bone that you see when a butcher cuts the bone with a saw. ...Read more

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What exactly is hypocellular bone marrow?

Not enough cells: The bone marrow is the factory of the blood -- all blood cells begin life there. The "normal" amount of cells decreases with age, so we estimate normal as 100 - (age) +/- 20%. So, if a 50 year old has 50% of the space in the bone marrow filled with cells, we say this is normal. If it were 25%, it would be hypocellular. However, if a 90 year old had 25% cellularity, it is probably normal. Helps? ...Read more

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Can they pay you for bone marrow donation?

Possible: It depend to receiver condition, so it is possible if you ask. ...Read more

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How painful is it for a bone-marrow donor?

How painful is it for a bone-marrow donor?

Side effects: The donor for a transplant typically gives peripheral blood stem cells rather than bone marrow. This involves getting some shots under the skin for a few days and then cells are collected from the blood. There usually is not much discomfort.
Bone marrow harvests require anesthesia so the donor does not feel discomfort during the collections but may have mild-moderate sitffness or soreness. ...Read more

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How much does a bone marrow donation hurt?

A little.: The actually collection of blood stem cells uses a machine connected to the donor through a needle in a vein, and is much like donated blood and not painful. To get the stem cells into the blood stream, donors are given neupogen, a drug to force stem cells into the blood. That drug can cause bone aching for a few days. It feels much like body aching when you have the flu, if it occurs. ...Read more

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How do bone marrow biopsies typically work?

How do bone marrow biopsies typically work?

Biopsy...: You are typically on your stomach and lightly sedated. The area on the back of your pelvis (hip region) is injected with local anesthesia and a "large" needle is placed into the bone marrow cavity to remove a sample of the contents. ...Read more

Bone (Definition)

Bone is a living growing tissue made mostly of collagen (protein that provides soft framework) & the mineral calcium phosphate that adds strength & hardens the framework. Two types of bone are found in the body; cortical (dense compact outer layer) & trabecular (makes up inner layer, ...Read more