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a·plas·tic

 (ā-plăs′tĭk)
adj.
1. Lacking form.
2. Medicine
a. Unable to form or regenerate tissue.
b. Of or characterized by aplasia.

aplastic

(eɪˈplæstɪk)
adj
1. (Pathology) relating to or characterized by aplasia
2. (Pathology) failing to develop into new tissue; defective in the regeneration of tissue, as of blood cells: aplastic anaemia.
Translations

aplastic

adj aplásico
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Varanasi (Uttar Pradesh), Mar 27 (ANI): Foreign tourists currently holidaying in Varanasi took to the streets here on Saturday holding placards reading 'Save My Life' and asking for donations for the treatment of a poor kid suffering from aplastic anaemia.
When Liam was struck down by aplastic anaemia, a serious, rare disease caused by the bone marrow failing to produce blood cells, mum Claire, 35, had never even heard of the condition.
Anthony Leedham, from Harton in South Shields, was due to celebrate his 20th birthday in a few days, but died on Friday as a result of aplastic anaemia - a condition that affects just one in 500,000 people each year.
The Aplastic Anemia & MDS International Foundation (AA&MDSIF) recently announced that the FDA has expanded the label for VIDAZA (azacitidine) to include data from the AZA-001 trial, which found that Vidaza is the only agent that extends survival in MDS (myelodysplastic syndromes) patients.
Already the 22-year-old, who suffers from aplastic anaemia, has received one pint of blood from 52 people while a further 168 donors have given pools of platelets needed to keep this young man alive and well.
The Huyton youngster suffered from aplastic anaemia - a condition which stops the production of blood cells.
Faye, who is a pupil at St Anne's RC primary school, has aplastic anaemia which stops production of blood cells.
The method is useful for the treatment of congenital or acquired aplastic or hypoplastic anemia associated with chronic renal failure, end-stage renal disease, renal transplantation, cancer, AIDS, chemotherapy, radiotherapy, bone marrow transplantation and chronic diseases.
Her illness, known as aplastic anaemia, affects one in 200,000 - and it has left her wheelchair-bound.
On July 4, 1934, at the age of 67, Curie died of aplastic anemia, a blood disease that often results from radiation exposure.