bone marrow

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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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Other rare diseases which can lead to persistent severe neutropenia including hemophagocytic syndrome, reticular dysgenesis and dyskeratosis congenita were discounted after an analysis of the bone marrow aspiration findings.
After 2 weeks of treatment, the size of cardiac masses began to decrease dramatically, and after 28 days of induction therapy, bone marrow aspiration and biopsy showed complete remission criteria.
For a bone marrow aspiration, a small needle and syringe is used to draw a small amount of liquid marrow from the bone.
By using Jamshidi needle bone marrow aspiration was carried out under aseptic precaution.
Bone marrow aspiration and core biopsies were performed from posterior superior iliac spine and in children under 18 months of age only bone marrow aspirates were obtained from tibia.
During the hospital stay blood morphology, bone marrow aspiration and BCR-ABL were done to confirm the diagnosis of chronic myeloid leukaemia.
The bone marrow aspiration showed hemodiluted aspirate with blast cells.
However, the youngster's blood results slowly began improving so doctors decided to perform a bone marrow aspiration to check why a terminal patient with progressive Leukeamia was getting better.
The common problem in Asian patients is anemia, and bone marrow involvement is usually diagnosed by bone marrow aspiration study.
Patients with active infection, bone marrow disorders, other contraindications to use of supplemental bone marrow aspiration, those with posttraumatic defects, those who preferred autologous or allogeneic graft material alone (without synthetic filler) and those who declined follow-up were excluded.
Caption: Figure 3: Bone marrow aspiration (Wright-Giemsa stain, x1000) shows infiltration of diffuse large B-cell lymphoma.
Bone marrow aspiration and biopsy were performed on the right side posterior superior iliac crest.
In order to confirm the leukemic relapse, a bone marrow aspiration with biopsy and a minimal invasive biopsy of the sacral mass, guided by Computed Tomography, were performed.
Background: Bone marrow aspiration is a diagnostic test for various hematological malignancies.