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Chronic Myelocytic Leukemia (diseases)

Chronic Myelocytic Leukemia, or CML is a type of cancer that begins within the bone marrow. The soft spongy matter inside the bones known as the marrow helps in the formation of blood cells. CML develops from cells in the bone marrow that are responsible for producing white blood cells. Chronic more...

Folic Acid

Folic acid

If most medicines are prohibited to be used by pregnant women, Folic Acid is different. It is prescribed not just for pregnant women but even for those who are on the planning stage. It is also used by other people of different age groups and sexual prefe more...

Folic acid deficiency (diseases)

A person suffering from folic acid deficiency will have very low levels of folic acid, a form of vitamin B. This causes a condition known as anemia that is brought about by very few red blood cells that grow to a huge size. The body’s cells require folic acid to enable more...

Neuritis (diseases)

When you say neuritis you can already guess that the word has something to do with the nerves in the body. To put it simply, neuritis is defined as the general inflammation of the peripheral nervous system. Neuritis can actually affect one specific nerve or it can affect different nerves more...

Neutropenia (diseases)

Neutropenia is a blood disorder where the body has an excessively low number of one type of white blood cells known as neutrophil granulocytes, or neutrophils,. Around 50 to 70% of the white blood cells circulating around the body are made up of neutrophils. These white blood cells are responsible more...