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Synonyms for failure

the condition of not achieving the desired end

one that fails completely

a cessation of proper mechanical functions

nonperformance of what ought to be done

a marked loss of strength or effectiveness

the condition of being financially insolvent

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Dyskeratosis congenita should always be considered as a differential diagnosis for inherited bone marrow failure syndrome and evaluated with cytogenetics and/or telomere studies.
Among those who had the reduced-intensity regimen, five had an immunodeficiency and two had bone marrow failure.
The disease can lead to lifethreatening complications such as anaemia, serious infection and bone marrow failure and has a significant negative impact on patients' quality of life.
The disease can lead to life-threatening complications such as anaemia, serious infection and bone marrow failure and has a significant negative impact on patients' quality of life.
Two of the Frohnmayers' daughters died from complications associated with the genetic disease, which can lead to bone marrow failure and cancer.
They can be used in bone marrow failure, transplants and chemotherapy, as well as to treat leukaemia.
Bone marrow failure (BMF) is a common complication of this disease and is an important cause of mortality in these patients.
FA is a hereditary blood disorder that leads to bone marrow failure (FA-BMF) and cancer.
As a result, the majority of suerers develop cancer, most often acute myelogenous leukaemia, and 90% develop bone marrow failure.
The consultants told the family Shona had Aplastic Anaemia - acute bone marrow failure - which is extremely rare and she urgently needed a full bone marrow transplant.
Many wounded suffered from injuries such as partial disability, amputation of some limbs, bone marrow failure and congenital deformities.
One case of familial bone marrow failure syndrome was observed.
A donor has been found and, hopefully, it will pave the way for a vital transplant after she was diagnosed with a rare bone marrow failure syndrome.
2 Since then, UCBT has cured children with haematological malignancies, solid tumors and bone marrow failure syndromes.
Acute leukemia and bone marrow failure are the most common causes yet megaloblastic anemia and infections are the treatable and reversible causes of pancytopenia.
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