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Hodgkins Disease
...  with other organs. The stages are described as follows: * Stage I is wherein only one lymph node is affected. * Stage II is where two or more lymph nodes are involved. * Stage III is where the spleen becomes affected together with two or more lymph nodes. * Stage IV is wherein the disease has already metastasized to other organs outside the lymph node. Different Treatments The objective of  ...

Neoplasia
...  to toe) physical examination. While doing this, the evidence of any neoplasm indications will be looked for. Among these are enlarged lymph nodes, hepatomegaly (liver enlargement), splenomegaly (spleen enlargement), and any abnormal lumps. The patient’s general health status and complete medical history will also be determined. After a thorough physical exam has been conducted, the  ...

Myelodysplastic Syndrome
...  been lost. There are also treatments which could increase the bone marrow production and there are also medications or procedures that could help decrease self destruction of blood cells. When the spleen has enlarged, patients could also be given splenectomy to alleviate the effects brought about by spleen enlargement. Treatment varies from the case of each patient. There might be a mix of  ...

Neutropenia
...  due to nutritional deficiency. Patients will also be encouraged to eat green leafy vegetables and other foods rich in folic acid and vitamin B complex. Other treatments include the following: spleen removal (for those suffering Felty’s syndrome), creams and ointments for abrasions and wounds, stool softeners for constipation, colony-stimulating growth supplements for increased  ...

Blood
...  platelets, erythrocytes, and granular leukocytes. Agranular leukocytes are created in the spleen, lymph nodes, tonsils and thymus. As soon as the blood cell life comes to an end, the liver and the spleen destroy them. It is wrong to believe that modern science has revealed every secret of the blood. Until now many aspects of this vital fluid remain a complete  ...

Hepatic Portal System
...  of many primary components of the circulatory system that can be found in the abdominal cavity. The hepatic portal vein is one of the largest veins in the area and it carries blood to liver from the spleen and the gastrointestinal tract. The hepatic vein begins where the splenic veins and the superior mesenteric meet. The hepatic vein also drains blood coming from the cystic veins as well as the  ...

Branches Of The Aorta Abdominal Region
...  trunk. The celiac trunk is solitary and is composed of three arteries namely: splenic artery, left gastric artery and the common hepatic artery. The splenic artery provides blood supply to the spleen by splitting off. The left gastric artery bring blood to the stomach, and carrying blood to the liver is the common hepatic artery. Another vessel is the superior mesentric artery. Just like  ...


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