Hematologic Disorders: Bone Marrow Failure.


Pancytopenia with hypocellular bone marrow most often is caused by idiopathic aplastic anemia, but can be caused by inherited bone marrow failure syndromes, drugs, infections, nutritional deficiencies, and rheumatologic disease. Aplastic anemia (AA) can remain stable for years but can become severe or transform into a myelodysplastic syndrome, acute… (More)


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@article{Baltierra2015HematologicDB, title={Hematologic Disorders: Bone Marrow Failure.}, author={David Baltierra and Tiffany I. Harper and Matthew Page Jones and Konrad C. Nau}, journal={FP essentials}, year={2015}, volume={433}, pages={21-6} }