Myeloproliferative Disorders - Ferrell

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lymphadenopathy is a late finding, associated with a poor prognosis of this disorder
secondary gout is when uric acid accumulates here
the philadelphia chromosome is a result of this type of translocation
this is intense itching brought on by contact with water and is CLASSIC for PV
deposition of uric acid in the skin causes this symptom
vertigo, tinnitus, headache, visual deficit, and TIA are unique syndromes associated with this blood thickness property
this is the curative treatment for cml
definition: high uric acid in the blood, due to RBC turnover
this cytokine would be used intermittently with caution for PV
The 9, 22 chromosome translocation is present in 95% of patients with this leukemia
Imatinib is used for this disorder
if a myelogenous disorder is going to progress, it is likely to progress into this
metabolism of uric acid is in this organ
this is a nonspecific disease of exclusion with no treatment
IMF
this word refers to pain in the limbs
This treatment reduces RBC count and iron stores in pts with PV
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This drug is used for palliative care of CML
lab findings of PV show increase in
night sweats, weight loss, mild fever, joint pain are the barely unique symptoms of this
use this drug to treat increased uric acid
uric acid can result in this GI disorder
those with IMF, if positive for this, have a poorer prognosis
Very high dose radiation like atomic bombs is correlated with this leukemia
these patients will give you a dry spinal tap
this symptom of PV is caused by thrombocytosis and manifests as erythema, burning, and pain in the extremities
when blood is formed outside of bone marrow
tear drop cells and nucleated RBCs are signs of this location of hematopoiesis
vaso occlusive disease and pruritis are unique characteristics of this disorder
a patient complaining of left shoulder pain, due to radiation from the diaphragm, could be due to this organ
this is a very rare disorder with no specific pathophysiology or etiology
unique symptoms of this disorder involves hypertension, thrombosis, and aquagenic pruritis
aquagenic pruritis is due to an increase in this component
this disorder involves a mutation in tyrosine kinase JAK2

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