Monocytes are a type of white blood cell that is generated in our bone marrow plays a part in our immune system. A high monocyte count is considered abnormal and could be a sign of an underlying medical condition. A high count could very well be caused by anemia because bone marrow stimulation increases . . . → Read More: I had a physical examination and what I want to ask what is the reason my monocytes is high is it because I’ve got anemia or it’s related to something else and is anything else I need to get worried about regarding the result I’ve got?
An intraductal papilloma is a benign growth within the milk ducts of the breast that can cause breast pain, breast mass, or even nipple discharge. A biopsy or excision of the mass is usually performed and sent for pathology to rule out cancer. Although intraductal papillomas are known to cause nipple discharge, it is . . . → Read More: At age 53 can intraductal papilloma appear without a nipple discharge?
A child to parent bone marrow transplant is indeed possible if the child is over the age of 18 and able to give consent. However, there are specific criteria that must be met to ensure the transplant is safe for both the donor and the recipient. You should be screened by your or your . . . → Read More: Is a child to parent bone marrow transplant possible? my mother was recently diagnosed with ALL i am 28 years old and and wondering about the chances of being a compatable donor