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Bone marrow consumptive anemia

Bone marrow consumptive anemia is anemia caused by abnormal or non hematopoietic cell infiltration and replacement of normal bone marrow. This kind of anemia is characterized by normal pigment, uneven red blood cells, abnormal red blood cells, nucleated red blood cells and immature granulocytes on the blood smear. These changes can occur when the bone marrow is replaced by invasive cancer, granulomatous or lipid deposition lesions, or bone marrow fibrosis.


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