Practical Guide to Bone Marrow Sampling for Suspected Myelodysplastic Syndromes

Knowledge of what constitutes an adequate bone marrow sample and a proper bone marrow sampling technique may help advanced practitioners obtain quality samples while minimizing patient discomfort and risk. Patient preparation and positioning, site selection, sampling equipment, and sampling technique can help lead to the collection of high-quality bone marrow samples.


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