What Are Blood Cell Disorder
Time: 2019-12-19 20:40, Tags:
There are 3 cell types which form in the bone marrow, namely red blood cells, white blood cells and platelets. A blood cell disorder means there is a problem with at least one of the three blood cells.
Red blood cell disorder
Red blood cells carry oxygen from your lungs to the other part of your body. Red blood cell disorders means problems on red blood cells, which can occur both adults and children. The common types of red blood cell disorder include anemia, thalassemia, polycythemia vera etc.
White blood cell disorder
White blood cell disorder affects the body’s white blood cells. These cells can help protect your body against foreign substances and infections, which is related with your immune response. White blood cell disorder can occur in both children and adults. And the follow diseases are related wit white blood cell disorder: lymphoma, leukemia, Myelodysplastic syndrome (MDS).
Platelets are smaller cells, compared with red or white blood cells, which are fetal for clot formation. When you have a cut or other injury, blood platelet responds at the first time. They goes to the surrounding of the injury, and help the body stop bleeding by creating a temporary plug. There are there types of platelet disorders below: platelets failing to clot effectively, excessive platelets and not enough platelets.
Platelets disorders are inherited, which means you have a high risk to get platelets disorder, if your parents are diagnosed with it. Here are some common types of platelets disorder:von willebrand disease, hemophilia, primary thombocythemia, acquired platelet function disorders.
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