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Myelofibrosis

Bone marrow fibrosis (MF) is called myelofibrosis for short. It is a myeloproliferative disease caused by the proliferation of collagen in bone marrow hematopoietic tissue and its fibrous tissue seriously affecting hematopoietic function. Primary myelofibrosis is also known as "myelosclerosis" and "myeloid metaplasia of unknown cause". The disease has different degrees of bone marrow fibrous tissue hyperplasia, and extramedullary hematopoiesis mainly in the spleen, followed by liver and lymph nodes. The typical clinical manifestations are juvenile erythrocytic and granulocytic anemia, with more teardrop like erythrocytes. Dry pumping often occurs in bone marrow puncture, obvious enlargement of spleen and varying degrees of osteosclerosis.

Symptoms

bone marrow transplantation

hepatopathy

Bone infection

osteomyelitis

Septic shock

Anaphylactic shock

Allergic conjunctivitis

altitude stress

Liver abscess

Femoral nerve injury

Osteoarthritis

Femoral neck fracture

Hookworm disease

Altitude sickness

Altitude maladjustment

High power cycle

Atrioventricular block height

Hyperlipoproteinemia

Gordon syndrome

hypertensive cerebral hemorrhage

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