Eduardo Ríos Herranz

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Richter's syndrome is termed as the occurrence of a high-grade lymphoma along with a chronic lymphocytic leukaemia. We report a patient diagnosed as having a CLL evolving into an immunoblastic lymphoma. In spite of this morphologic change, the same identical immunophenotype remained in both types of cells assessed, that is, CLL-type lymphocytes and(More)
Chronic lymphocytic leukemia is the most common chronic lymphoproliferative disorder in Spain. The clinical management of this entity varies widely. Currently, in Spain, there are no national consensus guidelines, such as those published in other countries, to guide the diagnosis and treatment of this malignancy and the use of prognostic scores. This(More)
A Philadelphia-positive ALL in an adult occurring 21 years after the initial diagnosis is reported here. This case raises the question as to whether or not this event is a relapse or a new leukemia. A possible role of interferon-alpha previously administered to the patient for a chronic viral hepatitis is discussed too.
BACKGROUND High-dose chemotherapy supported by autologous stem cell transplantation (ASCT) is an effective treatment for patients with lymphomas. However, failure to reach the minimum threshold of hematopoietic stem cells to proceed to ASCT may occur, even with the most effective strategies currently available. STUDY DESIGN AND METHODS We report on 33(More)
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