Myelofibrosis Stages Quiz

Myelofibrosis Stages Quiz

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There are two stages of myelofibrosis, which are prefibrotic (early myelofribsosis) and overt.
Prefibrotic myelofibrosis is less severe while overt myelofibrosis is more severe.
Common conditions associated with myelofibrosis include; anemia, high white blood cell count, high LDH level, and an enlarged spleen.
Prefibrotic myelofibrosis has major scarring (fibrosis) of the bone marrow.
A sign of overt myelofibrosis is if there are young blood cells in your blood that should be in your bone marrow.

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