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Liver in myelofibrosis

Liver in myelofibrosis

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Liver in myelofibrosis. Gross specimen of a liver that has become enlarged (hepatomegaly) as a result of myelofibrosis of bone marrow. Myelofibrosis leads to bone marrow losing its ability to produce blood cells. This triggers other organs to produce blood components (haemopoiesis) to compensate, which leads to the organ's enlargement.

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