blood-forming organs

blood-forming organs

see bone marrow, lymphoid tissue.
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Contract notice: Spain-Malaga: Medicinal products for the blood and blood-forming organs
The disease can sometimes lead to tumors; however, the cancer usually involves the blood-forming organs and lymph tissue.
It provides updates of the radiation environment on an hourly basis and archives the data weekly, monthly, and yearly-an historical record that provides a clear picture of when a safe radiation dose limit is reached for skin or blood-forming organs, for example.
In addition, several subgroups were associated with increased risk even when the corresponding chapter was not: renal failure, diseases of blood and blood-forming organs, and chronic lower respiratory diseases (Table 2).
That is because it does not interfere with Notch, a vital cell signaling pathway that plays a pivotal role in the development of blood-forming organs and the immune system.
Blood, blood-forming organs and social problems were the least common diagnoses at the health centre and hospital.
Exposure to inorganic lead may affect the peripheral and central nervous systems, the blood-forming organs, the kidneys, the gastrointestinal tract, the cardiovascular system, and the reproductive organs (4).
The elderly had slightly higher expenditures for neoplasms and diseases of the blood and blood-forming organs and accounted for 71 percent of expenditures for diseases of the circulatory system.
Contract notice: Czech Republic-Brno: Medicinal products for the blood and blood-forming organs
This historical record provides a clear picture of when a safe radiation dose limit is reached for skin or blood-forming organs, for example.
D50-D89 Diseases of the blood and blood-forming organs and certain disorders involving the immune mechanism