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Hydrea
...  you ask your doctor? Before using Hydrea generic, you should consult your doctor first and ask him to evaluate your medical history. Once he sees liver or kidney problems and poor functioning of bone marrow in your medical history, he might tell you that it is not advisable for you to buy Hydrea online. Kidney or liver problems and poor bone marrow functioning would make it hard for you to  ...

Anemia
...  hereditary disorders. Some types of Anemia are caused by the destruction of red blood cells, such as: Hemolytic Anemia- this happens when the destruction of red blood cells happens prematurely. The bone marrow cannot keep up with the body’s demand for new cells. This type of Anemia can be caused by infections and some medications. Autoimmune haemolytic Anemia- this happens when the immune  ...

Leukemia
...  is a type of cancer that starts in the bone marrow and the lymph system, both of which are very essential in the production and distribution of blood. Leukemia triggers the excessive production of immature and abnormal white blood cells called leukocytes. The excessive amount of white blood cells is not good for the body since the production of normal cells are decreased, which loosens  ...

Histiocytosis
...  are quite similar to other medical conditions. That means no findings upon PE are definitive or specific to hystiocytosis. Exams that at least come close to giving definitive results are X-rays, bone marrow Aspiration Biopsy (BMAB), pulmonary function tests, skin biopsy, blood chemistry tests, and bronchoscopy with biopsy. Because of the disease’ rareness, doctors obviously have had a  ...

Hodgkins Disease
...  as it can. General treatment modalities applicable for Hodgkin’s disease patients are radiation therapy and chemotherapy. A procedure performed that is more specific to the disease is the bone marrow transplant. All these procedures may be done all together or separately, depending on the patients’ tolerance. Hodgkin’s disease has a surprisingly high survival rate of 93  ...

Pernicious Anemia
...  patients through gastroscopy, a process in which the stomach, duodenum and the esophagus undergo biopsy. Those with ernicious anemia will have pariental cell bodies that reaches 90% or more. bone marrow examination could also be conducted, as well as reticulocyte count to check the production of red blood cells occurring within the bone marrow, hematocrit, serum LDH, and hemoglobin  ...

Sickle Cell Anemia
...  possible to detect sickle cell anemia among unborn babies through an amniotic fluid sample. However, treatment is not possible. Treatment As for now, the few of the suitable cure for this disease is bone marrow transplant. Only few patients are fortunate enough to find a donor with no traces of sickle cells. However, not all are able to find donors without taking too much time. Thus, medications  ...

Bones Pain
...  is the overproduction of blood cells- particularly white blood cells in the body, and is another form of cancer. Later, when the disease develops, it will cause bone pain, as the disease targets the bone marrow as well. 6. Bone Cancer Or Neoplasm Bone pain arises from this sickness because of the tumors located in the bone that spreads to other parts of the body. 7. Osteoporosis Osteoporosis  ...

Non Hodgkins Lymphoma
...  the tumor or cancerous cells. Commonly done when there are no noted signs of infection. Lymph Node Biopsy - done to distinguish whether the tumor is benign (non-cancerous) or malignant (cancerous). bone marrow Aspiration Biopsy - confirmatory test to determine if the cancer has metastasized or has the potential to spread rapidly. Most treatment options mentioned above have their own share of  ...

Neoplasia
...  Chemistry Urine and Stool Analysis X-Rays Computed Tomography (CT) Scan Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) Positron Emission Tomography (PET) Scan Lymphangiogram Biopsy Spinal Tap Tumor Marker Tests bone marrow Sampling Staging Tests Treatments Available The following factors play a huge role in determining the treatment modality to be used during neoplasm: Age The patient’s overall health  ...


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