Acute Granulocytic Leukemia Symptoms
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Acute Granulocytic Leukemia Symptoms - Acute granulocytic leukemia results in the body not producing enough healthy blood cells. The following are some common symptoms of acute granulocytic leukemia: fatigue, rash, pale skin, fever, joint pain, infections, sweating, loss of appetite, easy bruising or bleeding, headaches, seizures, and decreased motor control. In many cases, these symptoms are the result of a condition other than acute granulocytic leukemia. However, only a medical professional can make this determination.
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