Counts no blasts or rare blasts in the blood erythroid dysplasia in 10 percent of cells in two or more of the cell types in the bone marrow ringed sideroblasts comprise more than 15 percent of red blood cells in the marrow   less than 5 percent blasts in the bone marrow refractory anemia with excess blasts-1 (raeb-1) low blood counts less than 5 percent blasts in the blood erythroid dysplasia in one or more of the cell types in the bone marrow 5 to 9 percent blasts in the bone marrow refractory anemia with excess blasts-2 (raeb-2) low blood counts up to 19 percent blasts in the blood erythroid dysplasia in one or more of the cell types in the bone marrow 10 to 19 percent blasts in the bone marrow myelodysplastic syndrome, unclassified (mds-u) low blood counts no blasts or rare blasts in the blood erythroid dysplasia in white blood cells or megakaryocytes (the bone marrow cells that make platelets) in the bone marrow less than 5 percent blasts in the bone marrow mds associated with isolated del(5q) anemia less than 5 percent blasts in the blood blood platelet levels that are normal or increased normal or increased dysplastic megakaryocytes in the bone marrow less than 5 percent blasts in the bone marrow loss of part of chromosome 5 in the cells in the bone marrow — doctors call this a deletion of “5q,” or on cytogenetic reports it may be referred to as del(5q) fab classification system the fab classification system recognizes five main subtypes of myelodysplastic syndromes: refractory anemia (ra) less than 5 percent blasts in the bone marrow; less than 1 percent blasts in the blood low blood counts, most often red blood cells (anemia) normal or hypercellular (increased number of cells) bone marrow refractory anemia with ringed sideroblasts (rars) less than 5 percent blasts in the bone marrow; less than 1 percent blasts in the blood low blood counts, most often red blood cells ringed sideroblasts comprise more than 15 percent of red blood cells in the bone marrow refractory anemia with excess blasts (raeb) 5 to 20 percent blasts in the bone marrow; less than 5 percent blasts in the blood low blood counts, affecting two or more cell types (the red blood cells, white blood cells, or platelets) normal or hypercellular bone marrow refractory anemia with excess blasts in transformation (raeb-t) 21 to 30 percent blasts in the bone marrow; more than 5 percent blasts in the blood normal or hypercellular bone marrow chronic myelomonocytic leukemia (cmmol) 5 to 20 percent blasts in the bone marrow; less than 5 percent blasts in the blood cytopenia of at least two cell lines excessive numbers of monocytes (a type of white blood cell) normal or hypercellular bone marrow how can i learn more about my prognosis. viagra for sale cost generic viagra best generic viagra usa buy viagra online viagra cheap 50 mg buy viagra cheap viagra here cheap viagra buy viagra cheap how to get free samples of viagra

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