Asked in HealthBiology
What part of the bone would lead to blood disorder?
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Asked in Skeletal System
Problems with which part of the bone would lead to blood disorders?
Asked in Conditions and Diseases, Genetics, Hemophilia
Is there a certain age when hemophilia appears?
Asked in Skeletal System
Can you live without bone marrow?
No- bone marrow is the source of all your red blood cells (which carry oxygen), platelets (which help clot your blood) and white blood cells (which fight infections). Although you can replace your red cells and platelets with blood transfusions, you cannot replace your immune system, so you would contract infection after infection, and eventually that would lead to death. A condition that causes this would be aplastic anaemia.
Asked in Blood Vessels
What is the disorder in which widespread clotting occurs with intact blood vessels and the residual blood becomes unable to clot which can lead to severe bleeding?
Problems with which part of the bone would lead to the greatest loss of strength?
Asked in Human Anatomy and Physiology
Decreased blood calcium levels would result in?
Ferrets are induced ovulators and if the Jill's are not mated then bone marrow depression can lead to a non regenerative anemia?
Asked in Conditions and Diseases
What does High Protein and Calcium in your blood mean?
Asked in Leukemia
How can tell someone has leukemia?
leukemia is basically a blood disorder commonly known as blood cancer, red bone marrow is the hemotipoeitic agent(that is blood cell producing), a defect in bone marrow cause abnormal number of immature WBCs in blood which can cause enlarged liver, nausea, dyspnea (shortness of breath) , including poor blood clotting if a part of body is injured ( because platelets count fall which help in clotting), and offcourse weight loss and anemia are common symptoms as the number of RBCS in body decreases.. if you still are not sure, then you can have a blood test which sure will lead to the right result, i hope my answer helped you :")
What is osteomyelitis?
A usually bacterial infection of bone and bone marrow in which the resulting inflammation can lead to a reduction of blood supply to the bone. Osteomyelitis refers to a bone infection, almost always caused by a bacteria. Over time, the result can be destruction of the bone itself. Osteomyelitis can be prevented with good care of wounds and injuries.
Asked in Anxiety Disorders
A gang related murder might lead to which anxiety disorder?
Asked in Cardiovascular Health
What is a common disorder that can be caused by clogged arteries?
How do osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis differ?
Osteoarthritis is a disorder where the cartilage in a joint or joints becomes worn or damaged as a result of wear and tear and or some type of trauma. this can lead to bone wearing on bone and the eventual destruction of joints, It is particularly prevalent in the big weight bearing joints and has a bigger incidence among older people then younger. Rheumatoid arthritis is an Autoimmune disease that can effect any joints in the body as well as other organs and tissue of such as the heart, eyes, brain , blood vessels and others. This is a disorder of thimune system where it turns on the body itself mistakenly destroying cartilage and other tissue. this disease can his a person at any age and can lead to major deformity and debilitation.