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Bone marrow involvement by NHL points towards stage 4 disease and is associated with poor prognosis2.
The global bone marrow transplant market has been classified on the basis of transplant type, disease indication, end user and geography.
Ischemic bone marrow edema typically involves a lack of perfusion to an area of bone.
In such patients the platelet count is persistently low although megakaryocytes in the bone marrow are normal or increased in number.
A Total of 194 Bone marrow aspirations and biopsies were done during this period in children aged less than 3 years.
Usually, the donor's bone marrow has to match fully to cure patients such as Dixit.
To investigate this question, Dwight Klemm of the University of Colorado Health Sciences Center in Denver and his colleagues worked with mice treated so that their bone marrow cells glowed green.
In that procedure, stem cells are removed from a patient's bone marrow and frozen in liquid nitrogen.
However, the results do prove that bone marrow and peripheral blood are sources of germline stem cells and can sustain oocyte production into adulthood.
Lesly Bauer is communications manager with the Unrelated Bone Marrow Donor Registry with Canadian Blood Services (CBS).
But using human bone marrow doesn't work very well, says Dr.
When performing radiation treatment or chemotherapy to treat cancer or leukemia, these bone marrow cells are killed and need to be replaced by transplants if the patient is to survive," notes Charles A.