Bone Marrow Transplantation
Bone marrow is the springy greasy tissue in our bone which produces RBCs, WBCs and Platelets in our body. Bone marrow transfusion is the procedure of substitution of the tainted, harmed and pulverized bone marrow. It includes the transfusion of stem platelets which will create new cells and advance a new development of the marrow. Bone marrow additionally contains immature blood cells forms of stem cells known to be hematopoietic stem cells.
A bone marrow transplant replaces harmed foundational cells with new sound undifferentiated cells which will help our body in creating new WBCs RBCs and platelets to maintain a strategic distance from contaminations. Bone marrow transplant is done when one's is not sufficiently beneficial to battle infections because of ceaseless ailments.
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