Blood Disorder Diagnosis: Most of the strange, uncommon, and unidentifiable blood disorders can be diagnosed using this biopsy. A bone marrow biopsy is frequently carried out to identify and assess the severity of a number of blood-related conditions, including:
- Multiple Myeloma
- Myelodysplastic Syndromes (MDS)
- Aplastic Anemia
Assessing Leukopenia, Thrombocytopenia, or Unexplained Anaemia: An underlying reason of abnormally high amounts of red blood cells, platelets, or white blood cells may be found with a bone marrow biopsy.
Staging and Tracking malignancies: When blood malignancies, like lymphoma or leukemia, are already detected, a bone marrow biopsy may be carried out to ascertain the disease’s stage and track the efficacy of treatment.
Examining Fever of Unknown Origin: A bone marrow biopsy may be necessary in some instances of protracted fever that lack a known aetiology.
Evaluating Bone Marrow Transplants: A biopsy may be conducted to determine the appropriateness and condition of the recipient’s or donor’s bone marrow prior to a bone marrow or stem cell transplant.
Evaluating Response to Therapy: Biopsies can be used to guide future treatment decisions and evaluate how well patients responding to therapy for blood diseases.