Bone marrow failure

Can be caused by intrinsic disease that can affect the development and maturation of the marrow’s progenitor cells or disorders that are caused by infiltration of the marrow and disturb hematopoiesis, by deficiencies of minerals and other nutrients that are needed for blood cell maturation, by toxins, cytokines or hormones that can interfere with bone marrow kinetics.

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