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leukaemia

(esp US), leukemia
an acute or chronic disease characterized by a gross proliferation of leucocytes, which crowd into the bone marrow, spleen, lymph nodes, etc., and suppress the blood-forming apparatus
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Understanding how leukemic stem cells are regulated has become an important area of cancer research.
The reactions of leukemic cells (KG-1a, HL60, Jurkat) to the DNA-damaging agent adriamycin in the presence of hPL or FCS are equal (Fazzina et al., 2016).
Most leukemic Iraqi patients were subjected to many crises in the last three decades.
Sometimes without pathology evidence, it is difficult to differentiate DAH from leukemic infiltration, pneumonia, and DIC-related pulmonary hemorrhage.[2] In our case, dyspnea with rapidly climbing WBC count and unexpected renal failure led us to the diagnosis of ATRA syndrome.
Retinal detachment in a child as the first sign of leukemic relapse: histopathology, MRI findings, treatment, and tumor-free follow up.
It is a big challenge to prevent leukemic cells recurrence in the bone marrow to overcome treatment failure in ALL.
When it does occur, leukemic involvement of GIT has been described in locations from the mouth to the anus, in both solid and hollow organs.
One of them was evaluated for cytotoxicity against a panel of human leukemic cell lines, including HL-60, SKW-3, REH, and K-562 cells.
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Several mechanisms have been proposed, including mechanical stress on leukemic cells that occurs when blood samples are drawn, during pneumatic tube transport, or with centrifugation.