Ecthyma gangrenosum without bacteraemia in a leukaemic
An important factor in the severity of ALL is the ability of leukaemic
cells to survive and proliferate compared to normal cells.
Systematic research has resulted in the current recommendations from the World Health Organization that focus on the number of leukaemic
blasts in the marrow and associated cytogenetic abnormalities (Table 2).
Bmi-1 determines the proliferative capacity of normal and leukaemic
Morphological study of the ovaries of leukaemic
4] receptors on human skin and leukaemic
mast cells, and the demonstration that histamine mediates signaling and chemotaxis in mouse mast cells via the [H.
Trichosporon capitatum: thrush-like oral infection, local invasion, fungaemia and metastatic abscess formation in a leukaemic
Identification and functional characterization of a cytoplasmic nucleophosmin leukaemic
mutant generated by a novel exon-11 NPM1 mutation.
patient Mohammad Dakak, aged six, who is being treated at Birmingham Children's Hospital, had his dream of visiting DisneyLand Paris come true.
Describing how the most common gene mutation found in acute myeloid leukaemia starts the process of cancer development, they suggested that three critical steps are required to transform normal blood cells into leukaemic
ones, each subverting a different cellular process.
Bone marrow transplantation for patients with chronic myeloid leukaemia: T-cell depletion with Campath-1 reduces the incidence of graft-vs-host disease but may increase the risk of leukaemic
Several clinical studies show that natural capsaicin directly slows and reduces the growth of leukaemic
cells," she stressed.