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Low proliferative acute leukemia

Hypoproliferative acute leukemia (HAL) is a rare type of acute leukemia (AL). The vast majority of patients with acute leukemia have more than active bone marrow hyperplasia. About 10% of patients with acute leukemia have decreased whole blood cells, peripheral blood may have no immature cells, no enlargement of liver and spleen lymph nodes, decreased bone marrow biopsy proliferation, and the proportion of immature cells accounts for 5% ~ 75%.

Symptoms

Digoorg syndrome

Mucopolysaccharide storage disease

Convex meningioma of brain

Choledocholithiasis

proteinuria

Type IV spinal vascular malformation

Bile reflux gastritis

Temporal arteritis

Mucopolysaccharidosis type II

Hypotonic dehydration

Epilepsy

Multiple cerebral infarction dementia

Mucopolysaccharide storage disease type III

Mucopolysaccharidosis type IV

Mucopolysaccharide storage disease type V

Mucopolysaccharide storage disease type VI

Mucopolysaccharide storage disease type VII

Mucopolysaccharidosis type VIII

mitral stenosis

Mitral insufficiency

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