Symptoms Of Leukemia In Children

Leukemia is characterized by the normal multiplication of WBCs in the bone marrow. The actual function of normal WBCs in protecting the body against infection and disease but as a consequence of these developments sometimes WBCs abnormal happens.
When this happens abnormal WBCs will occupy a large amount of space in the bone marrow, thereby disrupting the normal function of red blood cells and platelets. Leukemia is known to affect children in large numbers, with 80 percent of cases were identified as acute lymphocytic leukemia and 20 percent belong to a variant disease called acute myelogenous leukemia.
Acute lymphocytic leukemia or ALL also called lymphoid leukemia or lymphoblastic leukemia known as one of the most common form of the disease in children. This type of leukemia show quick symptoms and have a fast development in growth. On the other hand, AML acute myelogenous leukemia is also referred to as myeloid, myelocytic, myeloblastic or granulocytic leukemia. The common symptoms forms of child leukemia include anemia due to decreased red blood cell, fever, fatigue, easy bruising, bleeding, increased susceptibility to infection, and development of a lump in the groins, abdomen, neck or armpit, pain in joints and / or bones, loss of appetite, abdominal pain and persistent coughing.

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