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Synonyms for bone marrow

the fatty network of connective tissue that fills the cavities of bones

very tender and very nutritious tissue from marrowbones

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During the first session, the residents were trained in four techniques, namely: 1) lumbar puncture and cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) interpretation, 2) oral intubation, 3) bone marrow aspiration, and 4) critical airway management.
Bone marrow aspiration and trephine results in patients of advance stage CKD disease are shown in table-II.
Bone marrow aspiration and trephine biopsy findings were consistent with a diagnosis of severe aplastic anemia (marrow cellularity=20% for age; Figure 2a-g).
Further bone marrow aspiration and biopsy studies with immunophenotyping suggested the final diagnosis of acute myeloid leukemia (AML), which is a rare cause of pancytopenia.
aims to reduce patient discomfort, improve the success rate for first-attempt samples, reduce clinician fatigue, and shorten procedure times for bone biopsy and bone marrow aspiration procedures.
Bone marrow aspiration was done, stained and examined.
Results of further antemortem diagnostics, including bone marrow aspiration, fine-needle aspirate cytology of the coelomic masses, and immunohistochemical staining confirmed T-cell leukemia with infiltration of the bone marrow and the spleen.
Bone marrow is the most common extracutaneous site involved by SM, and bone marrow biopsy or bone marrow aspiration is preferable for morphologic diagnosis.
Heparinized bone marrow aspiration samples were sent to a molecular pathology and cytogenetic lab for performing cytogenetic study.
The techniques that I use for stem cell prolotherapy involve direct bone marrow aspiration as well as adipose aspiration to obtain stem cells.
All patients underwent bone marrow aspiration and trephine biopsy for reporting and interpretation.
In humans, CBSCs would be collected from bone using techniques akin to those employed for bone marrow aspiration, a much simpler process than that used to isolate cardiac stem cells.
Methodology: Complete blood counts, bone marrow aspiration and trephine biopsies were performed according to standard methods.
Bone marrow aspiration showed hypercellularity, with 45% myeloblasts, 15% promyelocytes, 7% myelocytes, 4% metamyelocytes, 1% eosinophils, 2% neutrophils, 15% lymphocytes, and 11% normoblasts.
Therefore, identifying the culprit agent through bone marrow aspiration and biopsy findings of the samples is critical for determining the best course of treatment for pancytopenia.