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Aplastic Anemia

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Last Updated: 02 May 2022
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Aplastic anemia is a blood disorder triggered by failure of the bone marrow to make enough new blood cells. The Pediatric Haemato-Oncology Italian Association advises HCT from a matched sibling donor for serious aplastic anemia, and if a matched donor is not readily available, options consist of immunosuppressive therapy or unconnected donor HCT. Therapy for aplastic anemia differs depending on the intensity. While some individuals with mild to modest aplastic anemia might not need therapy, for others, therapy may include: Blood and marrow stem cell transplants may heal aplastic anemia in some instances. For patients with extreme aplastic anemia who are under the age of 20 years, and those ages 20 to 50 years who are otherwise in excellent health and wellness the first option is the transplant when a brother or sister donor is available. Bone marrow is the soft, tissue in the center of bones that is in charge of generating blood cells and platelets. Aplastic anemia arises from damage to the blood stem cells. Stem cells are premature cells in the bone marrow that generate all blood cell types. Symptoms may be extreme from the beginning or gradually get worse gradually as the disease advances. Bleeding gum tissues; Easy bruising; Nose hemorrhages; Rash, small determine red marks on the skin; Frequent or serious infections; Aplastic anemia is a rare but significant blood problem that occurs when your bone marrow can not make enough new members cells for your body to work normally. Aplastic anemia is created by damage to stem cells inside your bone marrow, which is the sponge-like tissue within your bones. Many diseases and problems can harm the stem cells in bone marrow.

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