Leukemia Acute - symptom, Treatment of Leukemia Acute
Leukemia Acute Information
Acute leukemia is a malignant disease of the bone marrow in which hematopoietic precursors are arrested in an early stage of development. Leukemia is a form of cancer which is classified as acute or chronic. With acute leukemia, immature blood cells reproduce quickly in the bone marrow, where they eventually crowd out healthy cells. Its prevalence increases with age. The median age of onset is 65 years. However, this disease affects all age groups.
The two main types of acute leukemia are -
Symptoms of Leukemia Acute
Sign and symptoms of this disease are as -
Causes of Leukemia Acute
Treatment of Leukemia Acute
To diagnose the disease the blood and marrow cells must be examined. Diagnosis of leukemia includes Medical history and physical examination , Complete blood counts , Bone marrow examination , Cytogenetic studies , Immunophenotyping. Unlike other cancers, the treatment of acute leukemia does not depend on how far the disease has advanced but on the person's condition and on whether the person is newly diagnosed, continuing treatment or in remission (the disease is controlled) or the disease has come back after a remission.
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