Diseases that attack the baby "Leukemia"

Incidence of childhood cancer is estimated to occur in 9 out of 100,000 children aged 0-17 years. While 2.8 per 100,000 children affected by cancer, blood cancer or leukemia. Unfortunately, early symptoms of leukemia are difficult to detect, but if the child's face becomes pale, fever of unknown origin, pain in the bones, it's easy to feel fatigue, loss of appetite, and weight loss drastically, it is better to consult children physician. While most second cancers in children are retinablastoma cancer, with a ratio of 2.4 per 100,000 children. Retinablastoma is a life-threatening illness, but is rarely fatal if treated appropriately and followed up properly. If immediately followed up, children with retinablastoma have a great opportunity to live. Retinablastoma can be detected from the white spot on the pupil, the white light that is often seen when the child was photographed using a flash, with one or both eyes are affected. Can also be seen from double vision. misaligned eyes, eye pain and redness.


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