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Old Wed Jun 29, 2016, 07:48 PM
Heidi124 Heidi124 is offline
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Hypo cellular marrow for age

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I just got my bmb back and it says hypocellular marrow for age. Does anyone know what that means? Thanks Heidi
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Old Wed Jun 29, 2016, 09:28 PM
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This is a typical response. "The normal" amount of cells decreases with age, so we estimate normal as 100 - (age) +/- 20%. So, if a 50 year old has 50% of the space in the bone marrow filled with cells, we say this is normal. If it were 25%, it would be hypocellular. However, if a 90 year old had 25% cellularity, it is probably normal."


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