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    Bone Marrow

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    Bone marrow is a soft, spongy tissue responsible for producing blood cells. It contains stem cells, which have the ability to create other diverse types of cells, either the bone marrow or any other type of blood cell. Some types of cancer and other diseases prevent stem cells from developing normally. If they are not normal, they will not be able to produce any blood cells. Stem cell treatments are a highly effective alternative to treat diseases related to bone damage or deterioration. It is of

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    Leukemi The Bone Marrow

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    in which abnormal cancer cells are produced in the bone marrow (American Cancer Society, 2014) . Bone marrow is the soft, inner part of bones, such as the skull, shoulder blades, ribs, pelvic (hip) bones, and backbones. The bone marrow consists of blood stem cells, fat cells, mature blood-forming cells, and tissue that support cell growth. Leukemia is the production of abnormal white blood cells- which fight off infections (). In the bone marrow, the process of the blood stem cells developing into

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    Leukemia is a type of cancer in the bone marrow. The bone marrow produces three types of blood cells that keep your body functioning. When you have Leukemia the blood cells in your bone marrow stop working. Approximately 58,000 people die of leukemia every year. There are many types of Leukemia, but thankfully there are also many types of treatments. The bone marrow has three type of blood cells. The first blood cell is the white blood cell. Normally white blood cells fight off infections, but with

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    Bone Marrow Slides

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    One of my main tasks while working in HCMDS is to process bone marrow slides as well as producing counts and identifying potential clots within the bone marrow samples contained in the ACD/EDTA samples. This allows the biomedical scientist and consultants to carry out their intended tests. The samples integrity (physical appearance and information) and preparation must be acceptable. In the case of bone marrow slides, the best 4 individuals must be picked from the existing group of delivered samples

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    Traumatic Bone Marrow

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    blood cells, red blood cells and platelets happens in bone marrow. The bone marrow produces extra white blood cells when an infection occurs. According to Gordon-Smith (2013), the main function of white blood cells is to respond to infection in the body by killing the pathogen. However, traumatic bone marrow injury may cause the abnormality of blood production. Snyder (2012) states, extreme exposure to the toxin, such as benzene can harm the bones and affect the production of blood. The condition calls

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    Leukemi Bone Marrow

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    Introduction Leukemia is a cancer of the blood and develops in the bone marrow. The bone marrow is the soft, spongy center of certain bones that produces blood cells. Leukemia is a cancer caused due to rapid growth of abnormal white blood cells (WBC) in the blood and bone morrow of the pediatric patient’s body. It is also called as Leukemia blood disorder. The three major types of blood cells are • White blood cells - to fight infection • Red blood cells - that carry oxygen and • Platelets -

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    Bone Marrow Aspirations

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    Bone Marrow Aspiration and Biopsy The adult human has 206 bones. Bones are the structure of the body, the things that protect your organs from trauma, but don’t we ever think about what is inside of them or what else they do? Bones have bone marrow inside of them, soft tissue that produces white blood cells, red blood cells, and platelets. Bone marrow aspirations and biopsies are where you remove bone marrow from the posterior iliac crest of the hip bone or other areas in special cases. Bone marrow

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    Bone Marrow Infection

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    disorder also known as bone marrow failure in which the body stops producing enough new blood cells, leading to a high risk of infection, uncontrolled bleeding and other possible complications 3 CLASSIFICATION • By severity: ○ Moderate 4 – Significant reduction in blood counts, but not as low as in severe aplastic anemia – Patients may be asymptomatic – Treatment may not be needed until it progresses to severe anemia ○ Severe 2 – Less than 25% cellularity on the bone marrow biopsy and at least two

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    Ever since the medical science succeeded a major landmark with the first efficacious bone marrow transplant in the year 1968, the treatment has materialized as a radical medical process that can be used to treat countless ailments which were extensively professed to be irrepressible. This breakthrough medical process is now used to treat numerous life threatening diseases such as aplastic anemia, leukemia, breast cancer, immune deficiency sicknesses, amid many others. However, even though BMTs are

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    of cancer that concerns with the blood flow on bone marrow. According to Maggie Grundy (2000), leukemia is a forming tumor that moderately increases as of the blood cells that has been infected, it’s also a cancer that affects the bone marrow where blood cells are produced. Leukemia contains blood forming cells in the bone marrow. Blood forming cells will eventually become leukemia cell giving the host abnormalities. Leukemia causes the bone marrow to build up occupying the space for normal cells

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