hemopathy

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hemopathy

[hē′mäp·ə·thē]
(medicine)
Any disease of the blood.
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MMS is a chronic occlusive cerebrovascular disease characterized by steno-occlusive changes around the terminal portions of bilateral or unilateral internal carotid artery and proximal arteries accompanied by the development of fragile collateral network usually with various underlying diseases (hematopathy, Down's syndrome, and autoimmune disorder).[6] However, to the best of our knowledge, PNH-MMS was rare, with only four published cases reported in the literature to date.[2],[3],[4],[5]
In the modern society, with the increasing use of cancer chemotherapy, organ transplantation, and hematopathy and the increased incidence of diabetes and diseases of aging, broad-spectrum antibiotics, adrenal cortical hormone, cytotoxic drugs, and immunosuppressants have been clinically applied in an unreasonable manner for a long time.