Bone Marrow Aspiration, Here's What You Need to Know

Bone marrow aspiration is a diagnostic method that aims to observe the condition of the contents of the bone marrow, in order to detect a number of blood disorders, such as leukemia or lymphoma. Bone marrow contains stem cells, which are initial cells before experiencing development and change into red blood cells, white blood cells and blood platelets (platelets) are mature. When blood cells from stem cells mature, blood cells will come out of the bone marrow and circulate throughout the body. Bone marrow is taken as a sample in order to find out the condition of the stem cells. By sampling bone marrow contents, various blood disorders can be diagnosed accurately. Indications for Bone Marrow Aspiration Bone marrow aspiration (BMP) is done when a patient has signs of a blood disorder, which can be a decrease in the number of one or all three blood cells, or even increase in number. The ups and downs of blood cell counts can be seen from symptoms, or from the initial examination of
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