Hematological diseases can manifest themselves through discomfort, fatigue, reduced performance, paleness, susceptibility to infection, fever, night sweats, weight loss, bleeding (e.g. bleeding from the nose or gums) or increased bruising.
Neurological abnormalities can be symptoms of a brain tumor. These include headaches, drowsiness, consciousness disorders, morning vomiting, movement or coordination disorders and a tendency to fall.
Stool abnormalities as well as blood in the stool or urine can indicate tumors of the intestine or urinary system.
If you observe one or more of these signs in your child, you should urgently consult a doctor.