If we could find a match in the bone marrow registry, my son had a 50/50 chance of living.
The bone marrow of the dead soldiers was depleted dramatically, and their lymph nodes had shriveled away.
By Election Day, I had been through a bone marrow transplant and was on the mend.
I mean, bone marrow transplants and heart transplants and neonatal ICUs are kind of a big deal, no?
In August 2012, anchor Robin Roberts took a leave of absence for a bone marrow transplant.
In lieu of bone marrow transplants, scientists hope to use stem cells to serve as the future vectors of mutant CCR5 proteins.
The centres of these tubercules become caseous, and, by fusion of adjacent caseous areas, also cause softening in the bone marrow.
Film preparations of bone marrow are best made by the Price-Jones method.
Pappenheimer brought about similar lesions in rats by the injection of a suspension of bone marrow from a rhachitic animal.
Some of these organisms may settle by preference in the bone marrow, others beneath the periosteum, or in the joint.
bone marrow n.
The soft, fatty, vascular tissue filling the cavities of bones, having a stroma of reticular fibers and cells.
|bone marrow |
The spongy, red tissue that fills the bone cavities of mammals. Bone marrow is the source of red blood cells, platelets, and most white blood cells.