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Wondering about the cure for all the issue of bonne marrow like mudullary hypoplasia culullarity 25 % cause virus or chemical and more ?

Wondering about the cure for all the issue of bonne marrow like mudullary hypoplasia culullarity 25 % cause virus or chemical and more ?

Need big picture: If the cellularity of a hip or sternal marrow is only 25% at your age (a bit lower than most), it raises concern, but the needle may simply have hit an island with few cells, and a number like this means nothing without clinical information. If one of the three major cells lines is greatly diminished, or looks abnormal, or there's something else, it would tell us more. Let us know? ...Read more

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Had anemia after doing biopsy cause mudullary hypoplasia and cullularite 25 % what is mean sir is it bad please answer me ?

Had anemia after doing biopsy cause mudullary hypoplasia and cullularite 25 % what is mean sir is it bad please answer me ?

If I understand: Your question a bm biopsy and aspirate were performed for the evaluation of anemia. The marrow was hypocelllular at 25%. A nineteen yo should have a cellularity of over 60%. I doubt this is "bad" but it does need to be sorted out/followed. ...Read more

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How do you treat frontal sinus hypoplasia?

How do you treat frontal sinus hypoplasia?

Frontal sinus: Frontal sinus hypoplasia is a description of the sinus anatomy. It indicates a limited development of a frontal sinus. By itself, it does not indicate any disease and may not require any treatment. If you have symptoms of sinus disease, you should see an otolaryngologist. ...Read more

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What's the apparent difference between fluorosis or hypoplasia?

What's the apparent difference between fluorosis or hypoplasia?

Specificity: Fluorosis is a term given to abnormal tooth enamel formation as a result of excessive Fluoride consumption during tooth formation. Enamel hypoplasia is a more general term, and encompasses all types of inadequate enamel formation, including that caused by fluorosis. In other words, fluorosis is one form of enamel hypoplasia. Often, different types of hypoplasia are visually indistinguishable. ...Read more

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Can optic nerve hypoplasia be passed on to offspring?

Can optic nerve hypoplasia be passed on to offspring?

Possibly: Some forms are genetic. Other cases arise from intrauterine problems. See an ophthalmologist for precise diagnosis, then consider genetic testing and counseling. ...Read more

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What does mild myeloid hypoplasia mean?

What does mild myeloid hypoplasia mean?

Not much: Hypoplasia means less than normal number of cells. It appears, it is from a sample of bone marrow where the myeloid cells(premature white cells) reside but their existence is patchy. So it is not a very exact science when you assess the numbers from a bone marrow. When the word 'mild' is used in medical reports, it usually means, the reporting person is not so sure , so they use terms like this ...Read more

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Could you explain what is optical nerve hypoplasia?

Could you explain what is optical nerve hypoplasia?

It is: A congenital condition in which the optic nerve, the nerve between the eye and brain, does not develop properly. Vision can be normal or totally blind or anything in between. This can be associated with other congenital disorders and this possibility should be explored in the child. ...Read more

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What's the apparent difference between fluorosis or hypoplasia?

Specificity: Fluorosis is a term given to abnormal tooth enamel formation as a result of excessive Fluoride consumption during tooth formation. Enamel hypoplasia is a more general term, and encompasses all types of inadequate enamel formation, including that caused by fluorosis. In other words, fluorosis is one form of enamel hypoplasia. Often, different types of hypoplasia are visually indistinguishable. ...Read more