Symptoms of aplastic anemia
Acute aplastic anemia is characterized by acute onset, rapid progress and short course of disease. Anemia is often not obvious in the early stage of onset. However, with the progress of the course of disease, anemia gradually worsens, with obvious fatigue, dizziness, palpitations and other symptoms. Although anemia is difficult to improve after massive blood transfusion. Bleeding and infection are often the main symptoms at the onset of the disease. Almost every case has bleeding, and the bleeding sites are extensive. In addition to skin, mucous membrane (oral cavity, nasal cavity, gingiva, bulbar conjunctiva) and other surface bleeding, there are often deep organ bleeding, such as hematochezia, urine, vaginal bleeding, fundus hemorrhage and intracranial hemorrhage, which often endanger the life of patients. Infection occurred in more than half of the cases at the onset, especially oropharyngeal infection, pneumonia, skin furuncle, intestinal infection and urinary tract infection. Sepsis may occur in severe cases. The most common pathogenic bacteria were Escherichia coli, Pseudomonas aeruginosa and Staphylococcus aureus. Infection often aggravates bleeding and often leads to death.
What disease is obstacle sex anaemia
Aplastic anemia is divided into congenital and acquired, acquired is divided into primary and secondary, usually aplastic anemia refers to secondary. It is characterized by: dysfunction of hematopoietic stem cells and hematopoietic microenvironment, replacement of hematopoietic red pulp by fat, resulting in pancytopenia, progressive anemia, bleeding and infection, and no enlargement of liver, spleen and lymph nodes (mostly in adolescents, male more than female).
Aplastic anemia is a kind of bone marrow hemopoietic failure, which is mainly characterized by low bone marrow hemopoietic function, pancytopenia, anemia, bleeding and infection. Bone marrow puncture and bone marrow biopsy are used to diagnose aplastic anemia. Once diagnosed, active treatment should be taken.