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Haematologic and immunophenotypic profile of acute myeloid leukemia: an experience of Tata Memorial Hospital

In Indian Journal of Cancer
By: Ghosh Sharmila.
Contributor(s): Shinde SC | Chougule, Anuradha | Mahadik S | Kumar A | Ansari R | Badrinath Y | Dhond SR | Sapre R | Kumaran GS | cnnair98@hotmail.com | Nair CN.
Material type: materialTypeLabelArticleSeries: Vol 40 Issues 2.Publisher: 2003Description: 71-76.Subject(s): Immunophenotype | Morphology | FAB | Incidence | Acute myeloid leukemia | DDC classification: In: Indian Journal of CancerSummary: AML accounted for 39.8% of all acute leukemias at this institution. The most common subtype was AML-M2. Myeloperoxidase stain was a useful tool in the diagnosis of myeloid leukemias. CD13 and CD33 were the most diagnostic myeloid markers.
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AML accounted for 39.8% of all acute leukemias at this institution. The most common subtype was AML-M2. Myeloperoxidase stain was a useful tool in the diagnosis of myeloid leukemias. CD13 and CD33 were the most diagnostic myeloid markers.

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