Aplastic anemia. Aplastic anemia is a serious problem of the blood sytem and bone marrow. The problem is that the bone marrow, where new blood cells are normally made, stops producing new cells, so you end up with low red blood cell counts, low white blood cell counts, and low platelet counts. The causes may be nutritional, cancer-related, toxin-related (eg, certain drugs), or genetic. See a hematologist.
Low bone marrow. Aplastic anemia is a disorder of the bone marrow in which it is low in cells (hypoplastic) or completely gone (aplastic). The causes and potential treatments are beyond the scope of this answer....
Possible. Aplastic anemia can be treated with immunosuppressive medications with resolution in a significant percentage of patients. Younger patients can be successfully treated with donor bone marrow transplants.
Yes. Aplastic anemia is treated with immunosuppressive drugs or with a bone marrow/stem cell transplant.
What is neglis? Regarding aplastic anemia, yes there are good treatments for it. Standard of care for a young person with severe aplastic anemia and a matched sibling donor is an hematopoietic stem cell transplant. For those without a suitable donor, immune suppression is standard of care. If you can clarify the word "neglis" for us, we are happy to provide additional info. Cheers.
Aplastic Anemia. First test which make you aware of aplastic anemia is complete blood count called cbc, which will show pancytopenia, means anemia, neutopenia and thrombocytopia. Then diagnosis is confirmed by bone marrow exam, it is used to rule out other causes of pancytopenialike myelofibrosis and neoplastic infiltration. Chemotherapy can cause transient pancytopenia.
Many. The most basic is the cbc, which will give you hemoglobin, hematocrit, white cell count, and platelet counts. An additional important test is a reticulocyte count which gives you the production index of red cells. Your doctor can advise you further, based on your symptoms and history. Hope this helps.
Many. Immune suppression with drugs like steroids, cyclosporine, and anti-thymocyte globulin (horse). Bone marrow transplantation is another important type of treatment for aplastic anemia in young people.
Aplastic anemia. Aplastic anemia can make all of the blood cells low. Low red cells causes anemia. The symptoms of anemia can be fatigue, dizziness, pallor, chest pain, and shortness of breath. Low white cells make the patient susceptible to fever and a variety of infections. Low platelets make one likely to have bruising, bleeding, or petechiae (small purple freckles on the skin).
Aplastic Anemia =. Body isn't making enough blood cells. See: http://www. Mayoclinic. Org/diseases-conditions/aplastic-anemia/basics/definition/con-20019296.
Quite a lot. Confirmed aplastic anemia is a serious condition. For severe cases treatment includes immunesuppressive drugs such as steroids, cylosporine and in younger patients (< 55 yrs old) includes donor bone marrow transplantation. In many patients long term improvements in blood counts can be obtained.
Aplastic Anemia. Aplastic anemia is a life-threatening illness that requires therapy. You should be seen by a hematologist who specializes in this problem.
BM failure. Aplastic anemia is caused by bone marrow failure to produce all blood cells (affecting white cell, red blood cells as well as platelet). It can be presented with pallor, fatigue/tired, lack of energy, shortness of breath on exertion, episodes of infections, bleeding episodes, increased abdominal girth due to enlargement of spleen, etc.
Immune therapy. Most of the medicines we use for aplastic anemia are immune modulatory in nature. We use steroids, antithyroglobulin (atg), cyclosporine, and sometimes chemotherapy.