Signs, symptoms & indicators of Anemia, Aplastic
Low lymphocyte count
(Very) low white cell count
Low red blood cell count
Normal/high red blood cell count
Normal/high white cell count
Conditions that suggest Anemia, Aplastic
Risk factors for Anemia, Aplastic
Anemia, a deficiency of red cells, develops in almost all leukemia patients. With some kinds, such as T-cell LGL leukemia, only about 50% are found to be anemic.
Anemia, Aplastic can lead to
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Anemia caused by failure of red blood cells to regenerate.
A condition in which there are less cells in a person's blood. There are less red blood cells, white blood cells and platelets. A person with pancytopenia may be tired, bleed easily and get infections easily.
Refers to the various types of malignant neoplasms that contain cells growing out of control and invading adjacent tissues, which may metastasize to distant tissues.
A condition resulting from an unusually low number of red blood cells or too little hemoglobin in the red blood cells. The most common type is iron-deficiency anemia in which the red blood cells are reduced in size and number, and hemoglobin levels are low. Clinical symptoms include shortness of breath, lethargy and heart palpitations.
Cancer of the lymph glands and bone marrow resulting in overproduction of white blood cells (related to Hodgkin's disease).
T cells are lymphocytes that are produced in the bone marrow and mature in the thymus. T cells are responsible for mediating the second branch of the immune system called "cellular immune response." T cells can live for months to years. This lymphocyte population is defined by the presence of a rearranged T-cell receptor.