Another typical finding is increased blood lymphocytes of which more than 10% are atypical. … Liver function tests may reveal increase in serum transaminases, but such elevations can also be seen in patient with viral hepatitis. … Nevertheless, in an effort to decrease the risk of splenic rupture experts advise avoidance of contact sports and other heavy physical activity, especially when involving increased … 
In the accelerated phase, the number of abnormal blood cells increases. … In chronic myeloid leukemia the bone marrow makes a greatly increased numbers of abnormal blast cells. … To overcome imatinib resistance and to increase responsiveness to TK inhibitors, four novel agents were later developed.
intracellular Na+ in the cytosol of the muscle cell, increasing the activity of the Na+/K+-ATPase. … Another theory is that the few remaining functional chloride channels in muscle may become more active with increased muscle activity. … Adrenaline/epinephrine is well known to make myotonia worse in most individuals with the disorder, and a person with myotonia congenita may experience a sudden increase in … 
Distended jugular veins due to increased jugular venous pressure. … Head and Neck: Jugular venous distention may be evident due to the increased a cardiac compliance. … Some patients may require medications to increase blood flow through the heart and improve the heart pump muscles.
The incidence of CLL increases very quickly with increasing age. … Exposure to Agent Orange increases the risk of CLL, and exposure to certain insecticides may increase the risk. … As the stage increases, prognosis of this disease worsens.