MYELOFIBROSIS
DIAGNOSIS

How is Myelofibrosis Diagnosed?

Often, people diagnosed with myelofibrosis do not have obvious symptoms. An enlarged spleen or abnormal blood cell count may be noticed at a routine check-up. Once an enlarged spleen or abnormal blood cell count is detected, your Healthcare Professional may refer you to a specialist to confirm the myelofibrosis diagnosis and coordinate your care.

There are different things your Healthcare Professional may do to diagnose myelofibrosis. Your Healthcare Professional may:

Review your medical history

Do a physical exam

Use ultrasound or magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) to take pictures of the organs and bones

Order blood and bone marrow tests

 

Complete blood count (CBC)

 

Blood smear

 

Bone marrow biopsy

 

Genetic tests

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