AGNOGENIC MYELOID METAPLASIA: WHAT IS AGNOGENIC MYELOID METAPLASIA?

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Read about agnogenic myeloid metaplasia medical facts: what is the definition of agnogenic myeloid metaplasia, what are the signs and symptoms, and related agnogenic myeloid metaplasia diseases.

Definition: What is "agnogenic myeloid metaplasia"?

AGNOGENIC MYELOID METAPLASIA

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 & the spleen will produce the necessary blood cells, causing it to become enlarged. This condition gradually develops through the years & often found in individuals over 50 years old.

Symptoms & Signs

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

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