An introduction to chaos theory and some haematological applications

@article{FIMLS2004AnIT,
  title={An introduction to chaos theory and some haematological applications},
  author={PgD G. V. Fisher FIMLS},
  journal={Comparative Haematology International},
  year={2004},
  volume={3},
  pages={43-51}
}
The concept of Chaos theory is introduced in simple terms and discussed in regard to health and disease. Health is regarded as chaotic, such a system has innate variability imparting the ability to respond to pertubations. In contrast disease is interpreted as a loss of flexibility whereby the physiological system is less able to adapt and respond to external stimuli. Chaos theory is developed in relation to haematology whereby the healthy bone marrow is perceived as a chaotic system… CONTINUE READING