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What Is Sicle Cell
Anemia and pain: Chronic shortage of red blood cells, known as anemia.Without enough red blood cells in circulation not enough oxygen in blood and fatigue.Sudden pain throughout the body is a common symptom of sickle cell anemia.Sickle cell crisis. Sickle cell crises often affect the bones, lungs, abdomen, and joints.Spleen infarcts causes increased susceptibility to infection.Brain, heart, liver, kidneys affected. ...Read more
Antibodies: B cells are immune cells that develop in the Bone marrow and mature in the lymphoid organs. They make antibodies that protect our bodies from foreign invaders such as viruses. Most vaccines work by stimulating our body's B cells to make antibodies so that they can already be present to protect us when we are exposed to an actual viral infection. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Actinic keratosis: Actinic keratosis (solar keratosis) these small, scaly patches are caused by too much sun, and commonly occur on the head, neck, or hands, but can be found elsewhere. They can be an early warning sign of skin cancer. Most doctors recommend early treatment to prevent actinic keratosis of turning into skin cancer. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
What are the first Signs A Neuro looks for if there has been Dramatic Significant damage to all nerve cells throughout the body ?
See below: Most americans have extra fat cells, around 2/3rds are defined as overweight or obese. So most of these people would have extra fat cell. If the body is given excess fuel in calories the fat cells are there to store it. At first they will become enlarged and when too large they will divide into more cells. With weight loss they will shrink. With less calories in diet, then they help fuel the body. ...Read more
Usually none: The vast majority of leukemias and lymphomas arise in people with no identifiable risk factors. In people with transplants, the epstein-barr virus is often a factor; herpes 7 / kaposi's virus drives others, and helicobacter in the stomach even drives a few. Down's trisomy 21 and ataxia-telangiectasia carrier status are risks; old radiation and some chemo cause some leukemias. The rest? Luck. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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