[Severe hemorrhage, lymphocytosis and leukoerythroblastic blood picture--disseminated intravascular coagulation in metastatic prostate carcinoma and chronic lymphatic leukemia].


Hemorrhagic complications in CLL are most often related to thrombocytopenia either due to decreased megakaryopoiesis caused by diffuse lymphocytic bone marrow infiltration or to increased peripheral platelet consumption by platelet autoantibodies (immune thrombocytopenia), both being typical manifestations of the disease. Disseminated intravascular… (More)


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