My grandmother has a platelet count of 10,000 per microliter of blood. She is currently on her blood pressure medication. Of note, at the age of 52, she was operated on for severe menstrual bleeding. However, there is no sign of cancer in our whole family. Today is her transfusion. Will she be alright? I have attached the lab test results for your reference.
.. does not suggest multiple myeloma (attachment removed to protect patient identity). In the case of multiple myeloma, anemia can be there and clinical symptoms like a constant headache, kidney system related symptoms, etc. Read full
.. viewed the reports attached (attachment removed to protect patient identity) apart from a punched out lesion on the skull. There seems to be no abnormality.
Generally, a lytic lesion in the bones of an elderly person would raise the suspicion of multip Read full
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