Bone marrow in megakaryocytic disorders.


Megakaryocytic disorders induce serious consequences: myelofibrosis and osteomyelosclerosis, hemorrhage, and thrombosis. They are characterized by four main structural types: myeloproliferation, dysmegakaryocytosis, amegakaryocytosis, and secondary megakaryocytosis. Whereas the first and third are primarily defined by histology, the second and fourth are to… (More)


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