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Acute Myelogenous Leukemia

  • Acute myelogenous leukemia

    Acute myelogenous leukemia (AML) is a tumor of the blood and bone marrow — the elastic tissue inside bones where platelets are made. "Acute" in intense myelogenous leukemia signifies the malady's fast movement. More than 60 million person-years were supervised and 1670 new cases identified. The annual incidence of leukemia was 2.76/10(5), and the 95% confidence interval of the population rate ranged from 2.63/10(5) to 2.89/10(5). The incidences in oil fields and polluted areas were significantly higher than those in other areas.

  • Acute myelogenous leukemia

    Symptoms : Fever Bone agony Lethargy and weariness Shortness of breath Pale skin Frequent contaminations Easy wounding Unusual dying, for example, successive nosebleeds and seeping from the gums.Treatment of intense myelogenous leukemia relies on upon a few components, including the subtype of the ailment, your age, your general wellbeing and your inclinations. When all is said in done, treatment falls into two stages: Remission actuation treatment. The motivation behind the first period of treatment is to slaughter the leukemia cells in your blood and bone marrow. Nonetheless, abatement actuation as a rule doesn't wipe out the greater part of the leukemia cells, so you need further treatment to keep the ailment from returning. Combination treatment.

  • Acute myelogenous leukemia

    Therapeutic aspects : On the off chance that you have signs or manifestations of intense myelogenous leukemia, your specialist may suggest you experience demonstrative tests, including: Blood tests. A great many people with intense myelogenous leukemia have an excess of white platelets, insufficient red platelets and insufficient platelets. The vicinity of impact cells — youthful cells ordinarily found in bone marrow however not coursing in the blood — is another marker of intense myelogenous leukemia. Bone marrow test. A blood test can recommend leukemia, yet it for the most part takes a bone marrow test to affirm the conclusion.


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