[Immunophenotyping of leukemia: overview].

Abstract

Leukaemias that cannot be classified properly by morphological/cytochemical parameters may be diagnosed clearly by immunophenotyping. In this way, the neoplastic cells can be designated to either the myeloid or the lymphatic line of blood cells. Furthermore, myeloid leukaemias can be subtyped immunophenotypically in cases of type M0, M6, and M7, leukaemias… (More)

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