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MedlinePlus: Health Topics beginning with M
Diseases ; Parathyroid Disorders Multiple Myeloma Multiple Sclerosis Mumps Muscle Cramps Muscle Disorders Muscle Strain see Sprains and Strains Muscular Dystrophy Myasthenia Gravis Mycoses see Fungal Infections Myelodysplastic Syndromes see Bone Marrow Diseases Myeloproliferative Disorders see Bone Marrow Diseases Myocardial Infarction ...
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MedlinePlus: Immune System Topics
Diseases Asthma Asthma in Children Autoimmune Diseases Bone Marrow Diseases Bone Marrow ... Diseases Lymphatic Diseases Lymphatic Obstruction see Lymphedema Lymphedema Lymphoma Milk Allergy see Food Allergy Mononucleosis see Infectious Mononucleosis Morphea see Scleroderma Multiple Myeloma Myelodysplastic Syndromes see Bone Marrow Diseases Myeloproliferative Disorders see Bone Marrow Diseases ...
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Ferret Universe-Other Ferret Illnesses
Ferrets 3 years of age or older should have their teeth cleaned annually ... and affects the blood. The tumor cells circulate in the blood and can affect the bone marrow. Ferrets often develop anemia and prognosis is very poor. Mast Cell Tumors This is the ...
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Ferret Universe-Ferret Chemistry/ CBC Interpretation: Blood Values
Can destroy infectious organisms as well as help with imflamed and irritated tissue. Eosinophils Absolute # / % Make-up Produced in the bone marrow. Ability to destroy foreign bodies ... 2.9 - 4.9 G/DL Blood protein which increases with chronic inflammation and certain diseases. CPK (Creatine Phosphokinace) U/L An enzyme found mostly in the heart, brain and ...
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Excerpts from NRC Report: "Fluoride in Drinking Water: A Scientific Review of EPA's Standards"
United States.” p224 FLUORIDE’S EFFECTS ON THE THYROID ... what fluoride concentrations occur in the bone and surrounding interstitial fluids from exposure to fluoride in drinking water at up to 4 mg/L, because bone marrow is the source of the progenitors ...
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What is cancer?
What is cancer? What is cancer? Cancer is group of more than 100 different diseases. Cancer occurs when cells become abnormal and begin dividing and forming more cells without any ... growing any larger. BIOLOGICAL THERAPY- using your body's immune system to fight cancer. Currently, bone marrow transplantation is being tested in clinical trials. Many cases of cancer can be prevented by ...
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Blood Disorders: Merck Manual Home Edition
Thrombocythemia Symptoms Diagnosis Treatment Plasma Cell Disorders Introduction Heavy Chain Diseases Macroglobulinemia Symptoms and Complications Diagnosis Treatment and Prognosis Monoclonal Gammopathies of ... and Diagnosis of Blood Disorders Introduction Diagnosis Laboratory Blood Tests Bone Marrow Examination Symptoms White Blood Cell Disorders Introduction Basophilic Disorders Eosinophilic ...
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Enlarged Spleen: Spleen Disorders: Merck Manual Home Edition
Hodgkin lymphoma and other lymphomas Leukemia Polycythemia vera Myelofibrosis Storage diseases Gaucher's disease Hand-Schüller-Christian disease Letterer-Siwe disease Niemann-Pick ... to the cause of the spleen enlargement. An examination of bone marrow (see Symptoms and Diagnosis of Blood Disorders: Bone Marrow Examination) may show cancer of the blood cells (such ...
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WPRC Centerline Spring/Summer 2003
Neuroendocrine changes Through the caloric restriction studies, center researchers are investigating diseases of aging and the normal aging process in the hope of understanding, treating and ... of donor pancreatic islet cells to treat diabetes. There is also a shortage of donor bone marrow blood cells to treat leukemia, another interest of Thomson’s. If ES cells can ...
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WPRC Centerline Spring/Summer 2003
Neuroendocrine changes Through the caloric restriction studies, center researchers are investigating diseases of aging and the normal aging process in the hope of understanding, treating and ... of donor pancreatic islet cells to treat diabetes. There is also a shortage of donor bone marrow blood cells to treat leukemia, another interest of Thomson’s. If ES cells can ...
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