Hello, I have a question about results of a Bone Marrow Aspirate and Biopsy to ‘rule out myleoproliferative disorder’.
I am a 61 year old Caucasian female. My ‘Bone Marrow Final Report’ stated ‘suspicious for a myleoproliferative neoplasm’; Flow Cytometry reported ‘no evidence of a lymphoproliferative disorder / suggest clinical morphologic correlation’.
Are “neoplasm” and “disorder” used interchangeably?
Are “myleoproliferative” and “lymphoproliferative” used interchangeably?
Well myleoproliferative could be many conditions if u have no lymphoproliferative disorder this means it is unlikly to be neoplastic ( cancer) or at worst case senario a non dangerous form of cancer
No. Each refers to a particular condition or group of conditions.
In case there is no lymph I lymphoproliferative .then it is not a real cause of panic .
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No..it is related to many disorders like
Chronic myelogenous leukemia
And in your case it does not seem to be a malignant form..