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So What Are The Symptoms Of Anll
Also known as AML, acute myeloid leukemia is a cancer of the white blood cells (called myeloid) cells formed in bone marrow. It often occurs in late adult or elderly patients and has usually a short development phase (hence acute). Symptoms of AML include easy bleeding or bruising or tiny red flecks on the skin ("petechiae") from low platelets; pale skin, fatigue or shortness of breath from anemia (low red blood cells); or infections (from low numbers of ...Read more
Pain,Fever,Jaundice: Cholangitis is an infection in the bile ducts that occurs with blockage of the bile duct, typically due to stones, tumors, or strictures of the ducts. Bacteria rapidly enter the bloodstream from the liver, causing serious infections. Treatment centers on IV antibiotics, aggressive supportive care, and, occasionally, relief of the blockage (typically performed by gastroenterologists via ercp). ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Only 50% symptomatic: Many pts with chronic myeloid leukemia have no symptoms and are discovered on a routine CBC (complete blood count) usually obtained for some other reason. When symptoms do occur, they may include fatigue or tiredness, swollen glands or lymph nodes, low grade fever or sweats that are persistent. More advanced symptoms can include, bleeding, bruising, anemia, enlarging belly or an infection. ...Read more
See below: Esrd is short for end stage kidney disease. Loss of renal function leads to accumulation of waste from the body, called uremia. Early uremic symptoms are not specific only to uremia, and include loss of apetite, anorexia and nausea, vomiting.If the symptoms occur when the measured kidney function called GFR is less than 10 ml/min the symptoms are attributed to uremia. ...Read more
Could be several: Lymphoma is a general category which includes many subtypes of hodgkins and non-hodgkins lymphomas. They may manifest slowly over years while higher grades progress more quickly. As a class, lymphomas my occur practically anywhere, so the possible symptoms can vary substantially. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Acute vs chronic: In many chronic leukemia- people usually are without symptoms and the only abnormality is the abnormal blood work. When more advanced- decrease blood counts can happen causing fatigue, lack of energy , bruising etc. Acute leukemia is a life threatening cancer.It may be presented with fatigue, bleeding, infections, weight loss, fevers, chill, bony pain etc. Discuss further with your oncologist. ...Read more
Neutropenia is......: Divided by severity: <500 is severe, 500-1000 moderate and 1000-1500 mild. Pts with severe neutropenia, for whatever reason, are at increased risk for life threatening infections, and symptoms vary for folks across this continuum. Mucosal erosions and gingival inflammation are common. The main thing to be concerned about is the infection risk, and of course discerning cause so it can be rx'd. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Mass, pain: Neuroblastoma is a solid cancer of infants and children. It presents with a swelling in the abdomen, pain, weakness, pallor. If it occurs in the chest it may be silent until a chest xray is done for some other purpose and found by accident or if big enough can cause resiratory symptoms. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Nausea, Right pain: Appendicitis can have several presentations but the most typical starts with loss of appetite & nausea. Initially pain may be 'around the belly-button' or in the back. Pain then develops in the lower right abdomen (right pelvis) or can remain in the back (retrocecal appendix). Fever and vomiting can then occur. If suspected then is best not to eat (in case of surgery) and go to er. Get well! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Pain, swelling, fx: The initial symptoms are often nonspecific but generally include intermittent bone/ joint pain that involves primarily one area and that becomes more persistent over time as well as development of a mass/ swelling in the area around the tumor. Occassionally patients will present with a fracture throught the tumor. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Leukodystrophy signs: •gait disturbances •memory deficits •seizures (may be present) •loss of motor developmental milestones •decreased attention span •speech disturbances •decline in school performance the early juvenile form includes the following: •gait disturbances •tremors •clumsiness •loss of previously achieved skills •intellectual decline •behavioral changes •seizures (possible) the late juvenile and adult for. ...Read more
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