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What is the description of Aneurysms? is a weakening and resulting local dilation of the wall of an artery
what is the cause of Phlebitis? The cause is unknown
What is Thrombophlebitis? The result of inflammation of a vein with the formation of a thrombus on the vessel wall.
Are patients with Varicose veins an emergency? No, usually are not in acute distress and can be scheduled for the next available appointment.
Whats another name for Thromboangiitis Obliterans? Buerger's Disease
Where does Raynauds Disease occur? Hands, Fingers, or feet
Blood is composed of formed elements such as? Red blood cells, White blood cells, platelets, and a liquid portion called plasma.
What is another name for red blood cells? Erythrocytes
What is another name for white blood cells? Leukocytes
What is another name for platelets? Thrombocytes
What are the recurring symptoms of Anemia? Fatigue, Dyspnea, Headache, Loss of Appetite, Heartburn, Edema, Numbness, Fainting, Pallor
What is another name for Agranulocytosis? Neutropenia
Polycythemia is an abnormal increase in the amount of? Hemoglobin, the RBC count, or the hematocrit
Is Thrombocytopenia considered a autoimmune response? Yes
Acute Lymphocytic Leukemia (ALL) is an overproduction of what? of immature lymphoid cells in the bone marrow and lymph nodes.
In Chronic Lymphocytic Leukemia does weight loss or weight gain occur? Weight loss
Acute Myelogenous is rapid accumulation of what? Myeloblasts
What is the main goal of treating lymphedema? Treatment is aimed at reducing swelling
What is the treatment of Lymphangitis? Treatment includes the administration of systemic antibiotics
Hodgkins Disease is cancer of what part of the body? The Lymphatic system
Is Classic Hemophilia a heredity? yes
Disseminated Intravascular Coagulation diagnosis is based on what? The clinical picture
Classic Hemophilia is it a x or y genetic disorder? X linked genetic disorder in males
Can Non-Hodgkins lymphoma be prevented? no known prevention
what is the description of Lymphedema? is an abnormal collection of lymph usually in the extremties
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