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sudden punitive action

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the failure to develop some part or organ

the act of withholding or withdrawing some book or writing from publication or circulation


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forceful prevention

(psychology) the conscious exclusion of unacceptable thoughts or desires

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The patient's bone marrow was not hypocellular; therefore, diagnosis of bone marrow suppression secondary to drug use was also eliminated.
When you deliver chemotherapy in the standard fashion, you have to wait three to four weeks between cycles before you can treat patients again because of the bone marrow suppression and the low blood cell counts that result," explains Gwynn Long, assistant professor of medicine.
Some people getting the higher dose developed bone marrow suppression and other serious zidovudine-related side effects, says NIAID's Daniel F.
Bone Marrow Suppression : In the randomized trial, 2% of patients in the Xofigo arm experienced bone marrow failure or ongoing pancytopenia, compared to no patients treated with placebo.
Clopidogrel may be found to be associated with severe bone marrow suppression manifested as bone marrow failure (2), aplastic anemia, thrombocytopenia, neutropenia.
Bone marrow suppression is rare when patients are on folic acid supplementation.
Cefepime induced bone marrow suppression is a possibility that resolves with its discontinuation and responds to G-CSF.
For example, higher cytotoxic plasma levels would lead to increased bone marrow suppression, increased febrile neutropenia, and a predisposition to AML / MDS, with increased predisposition also to use of granulocyte colony-stimulating factor," he explained.
Of 127 test patients who failed to respond to traditional chemical and radiation treatments, about 60 percent have gone into remission without the hair loss, nausea and bone marrow suppression seen in traditional CLL therapies.
The combination of romidepsin and gemcitabine was generally well tolerated with the most common adverse events being gastrointestinal disturbances, fatigue, bone marrow suppression and anorexia.
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