Aplastic Anemia

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Aplastic Anemia


Aplastic anaemia is a disorder in which stem cells within the bone marrow fail to develop into mature blood cells and platelets. The result is that the bone marrow’s total output of blood cells is inadequate to meet the body’s requirements.

Aplastic anaemia differs from normal anaemia in that normal anaemia results from a shortage of red blood cells or haemoglobin within the cells. Aplastic anaemia, however, is associated with an insufficient number of all blood cells: red, white, and platelets.

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