Agnogenic Myeloid Metaplasia

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Definition

Agnogenic myeloid metaplasia is characterized as a condition that typically occurs when the bone marrow is scarred, resulting to its failure to function properly. With the reduced production from the bone marrow, the liver and the spleen will produce the necessary blood cells, causing it to become enlarged. This condition gradually develops through the years and often found in individuals over 50 years old.

Symptoms and Signs

The most common symptoms that are associated with Agnogenic myeloid metaplasia include rapid heart beat, enlarged spleen, paleness, night sweats, weight loss and stuffed felling after eating.

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