Venoocclusive Disease is a rare inflammatory condition that causes tiny veins within the liver and heart to become obstructed and destroyed. The disease was first found in individuals who had consumed pyrrolizidine alkaloids, though Venoocclusive Disease is now considered a serious bone marrow transplant complication. Symptoms include jaundice, weight gain, and hepatomegaly. Patients with severe forms of the disease may develop multiple organ failure. There is no specific treatment for Venoocclusive Disease, though those who contracted the disease through hematopoietic stem cell transplantation during a bone marrow transplant should receive fewer transplants.
Venoocclusive Disease Bioinformatics Tool
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