A. A. Gordeeva

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Two cases of myeloid leukemias (acute [AML M2] and chronic [CMC]), blastic crisis, with identical t(2;3)(p13;q26) are described. These cases had some peculiarities: no significant decrease of blood thrombocyte count in the AML patient and high increase of blood thrombocyte count during blastic phase in the CML patient; dysplastic megakaryocytes in bone(More)
Allogenic bone marrow transplantation was performed in a patient with chronic myelocytic leukemia (Ph+) in a stable phase. A 1,5-year recurrence-free period since the time of transplantation was observed. Transplantation features were as follows: incompatibility of the recipient and donor by ABO-antigens, the development of acute graft versus host disease(More)
It was shown that mitotic indices of erythroblasts, basophilic and polychromatophilic normoblasts, myeloblasts, promyelocytes and myelocytes decline depending on the degree of cell differentiation and are quantitatively expressed by the ratio 4:2:1. The feedback between the value of mitotic indices and the number of cells which is expressed by power(More)
The examinees demonstrated definite effects caused by total influence of Am-241 and Pu-239: chronic radiation sickness with diffuse pneumosclerosis, chronic toxic radiation bronchitis and peripheral blood changes (reactive alterations and stable lower platelets and reticulocytes count), microfocal hypoplasia, osteodysplasia, reactive hepatopathy. Frequency(More)
The article deals with consequences seen in track driver after prolonged exposure to radiation caused by "lost" gamma-source (cesium-137) that long remained in receptacle of the vehicle's left door. Radiation dose averaged 8 Gy. The authors presented clinical manifestations, changes in peripheral blood and bone marrow, cytogenetic data by progression of(More)
The mitotic indices of erythroblasts, basophilic and polychromatophilic normoblasts, myeloblasts, promyelocytes, and myelocytes were shown to decrease depending on the degree of differentiation of the cells in the ratio of 4:2:1. The values of the mitotic indices were shown to be an inverse power function of the number of cells.