Acute promyelocytic leukemia

What is Acute promyelocytic leukemia?

Leukemia presenting as a severe bleeding disorder, with infiltration of the bone marrow by abnormal promyelocytes and myelocytes, a low plasma fibrinogen, and defective coagulation.

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It is in connection with my previousQuestion about AML, Let me know what is AML M5

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type of acute myeloid leukemia

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AML M5 is also called Acute monocytic leukemia.

It is a type of acute myeloid...

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Hello I have been waking up two days now with mouth in my blood. The first day it wasn't dried and it was a small amount just thought I might have...

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how long does it take a person to recover from mastoiditis

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Under normal circumstances and a good care with appropriate antibiotic cover, it takes almost 2 weeks for the...

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