ACUTE DISSEMINATED HISTIOCYTOSIS-X: WHAT IS ACUTE DISSEMINATED HISTIOCYTOSIS-X?

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Read about acute disseminated histiocytosis-x medical facts: what is the definition of acute disseminated histiocytosis-x, and related acute disseminated histiocytosis-x diseases.

Definition: What is "Acute Disseminated Histiocytosis-X"?

ACUTE DISSEMINATED HISTIOCYTOSIS-X

Acute disseminated histiocytosis-x definition: Also known as the Abt-Letterer-Siwe disease, acute disseminated histiocytosis-X is a rare progressive kind of hystiocytosis. In this condition, high levels of histiocytosin are found in the bone marrow, causing deterioration of the organ issues. This illness difficult to treat & is linked with diabetes insipidius.

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