I am a 32 year old female diagnosed with Gaucher disease type 1 with genetic mutation in genes N370S/L444P. I read some test result taken in 2012 regarding my bones. It says that i have hypercellular activity, anemia, with pack bone marrow present. What does this mean?
It means you are prone to having low red blood cells count , bone fractures , arthritis and enlarged spleen and liver
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This means you as a GD patient is at high risk of developing fragile bone fractures,anemia and abnormal cell duplication or growth rate..
the above reports indicate that your body is at high risk of abnomalities in blood cell proliferation and weakness along with pathological fractures. Get regulat health check ups done.
weak bones,osteoporosis,fractures from trivial falls,blood disorders are likely to occur in future. regular follow ups with physician are recommended.
IT INDICATES SEVERE BONE WEAKNESS AND BLOOD DERANGEMENTS CAN OCCUR IN FUTURE. REST TESTS ARE NOT TO WORRY ABOUT.