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Leukemia
...  what will happen is that the surplus of leukemic cells overpowers the bone marrow and enters the bloodstream. Eventually, these leukemic cells will invade the other parts of the body like the spleen, lymph nodes, liver, brain, and the spinal cord. The four major kinds of leukemia are chronic, acute, lymphocytic, and myelegenous. The difference between acute chronic leukemia is that the  ...

Pharyngitis
...  these measures may not be enough for people who may be inflicted with complications such as airway blockage, abscess around the tonsils or behind the pharynx, scarlet fever, rheumatic fever, swollen spleen, and liver inflammation. If the sore throat does not go away within a week, it is best to consult a doctor. Other indicators that one might be suffering from a severe case of pharyngitis  ...

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  ...

Kaposis Sarcoma
...  - further hastening its metastasis. This is a complete contrast to Classic KS, which spectrum of creating damage is very limited. Common body parts wherein Epidemic KS occurs are the lymph nodes, spleen, liver, lungs (where it is most deadly), and gastrointestinal tract. Medical And Surgical Management Like most cancers, there are four primary means of treating Kaposi’s Sarcoma: Surgery  ...

Neoplasia
...  the body’s blood producing cells are the ones being attacked. High fever, abdominal pain, unexplained frequent bruising, body malaise, enlargement of various organs (liver, lymph nodes, and spleen), abrupt weight loss, and unusual bleeding are the symptoms to expect when suffering from leukemia. Sarcoma Connective tissues like bones and muscles are affected during this type of neoplasm.  ...

Aplastic Anemia
...  tissue perfusion, nosebleeding, gum bleeding, vomiting or nausea, bloody stool, headache, dizziness, tenderness of the sinus, slow healing of the wounds (with excessive bleeding), enlarged liver or spleen, and oral thrush. Some of these symptoms should not be taken lightly, particularly heavy internal bleeding and irregular heart rhythm as these symptoms could lead to other fatal health  ...

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
...  located in bones of the skull, the humeri, ribs, femora, pelvis, and sternum is responsible for forming 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  ...

Peripheral Ganglia
...  parts of the body. The peripheral ganglia are found near target organs in the upper area of the body, more specifically, in the head. You can also find them in the abdomen, thorax, stomach, spleen, and liver kidney along the pelvis area, which act as the target organs. The genital organs and small intestines are also involved and they respond to innervations initiated by the  ...


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