myelo-


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myelo-

or myel-
pref.
1. Spinal cord: myelitis.
2. Bone marrow: myeloma.

[New Latin, from Greek muelos, marrow, probably from mūs, muscle; see mūs- in Indo-European roots.]

myelo-

prefix
a avariant of myel-

myelo-

a combining form meaning “marrow,” “of the spinal cord”: myelocyte.
[comb. form representing Greek myelós marrow]
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It showed enhanced myelo-, erythro-, and thrombopoesis with slight lymphopenia but no leukemic cells.
Marrow-based and neoplastic disorders include multiple myeloma, hemolytic anemia, hemoglobinopathies, myelo- and lympho-proliferative disorders, skeletal metastases (diffuse or localized), Gaucher disease, and mastocytosis.
Furthermore ATC has been demonstrated in-vitro to have a very low toxicity profile (including mitochondrial- and myelo- toxicity) and there are no significant hepatic metabolism, glucuronidation or P450 interactions.