Chronic Myelogenous Leukemia (CML) complications
Chronic Myelogenous Leukemia (CML)
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Complications could include:
Bleeding, or hemorrhage, is the name used to describe blood
loss. It can refer to blood loss inside the body, called internal bleeding. Or
it can refer to blood loss outside of the body, called external bleeding.
Blood loss can occur i...
When your skin gets cut or scraped, you begin to bleed. Bleeding serves a useful purpose because it helps to clean out a wound. But too much bleeding can cause shock.
Cuts and scratches are areas of damage on the surface of the skin. Find out how to treat them and when to seek medical attention.
Fatigue is a term used to describe an overall feeling of
tiredness or lack of energy. It isn't the same as simply feeling drowsy or
sleepy. When you're fatigued, you have no motivation and no energy. Being
sleepy may be a symptom of fatigue, but i...
One life-threatening complication of infection is sepsis, which often occurs in people who are elderly or have weak immune systems. Patches of discolored skin is a symptom of severe sepsis.
Infection is the invasion and replication of microorganisms-viruses, bacteria, protozoa, or fungi-in body tissues.
Infectious diseases are transmitted from person to person by direct or indirect contact. Viruses, bacteria, parasites, and fungi all cause infectious disease.
Erythroblastosis fetalis is a condition that causes the mother's red blood cells attack those of the baby as they would any foreign invaders.
Anemia happens when the number of healthy red blood cells in your body is too low. We'll show you what causes this condition and what symptoms to expect.