Pathology of the Leukemic Cell or Reasons Why Some Leukemias are Unclassifiable
In the form of statements and questions, the author emphasizes the pathology of cell organelles, the importance of possible small sub-populations of leukemic cells, the progressive loss of specific syntheses which make the cell unclassifiable, and the implications of these phenomena for the resistance to treatment.
Key WordsLeukemic cell Mosaicism Progression
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