Acute erythroid neoplastic proliferations. A biological study based on 62 patients.

  title={Acute erythroid neoplastic proliferations. A biological study based on 62 patients.},
  author={Alicia Domingo-Clar{\'o}s and Itziar Larriba and Maruja Rozman and Dolors Irriguible and Teresa Vallesp{\'i} and Anna M Avent{\'i}n and Ram{\'o}n Ayats and Fuensanta Mill{\'a} and Francesc Sol{\'e} and Lourdes Florensa and Miquel Gallart and Esperanza Tuset and Carmen V{\'a}zquez L{\'o}pez and Soledad Woessner},
  volume={87 2},
BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES The terms acute erythroleukemia and AML-M6 are defined in the FAB classification as proliferations of dysplastic erythroid elements mixed with blasts of myeloid origin, but pure erythroid leukemias are not included. The recent WHO classification has a category of acute myeloid leukemia not otherwise categorized, which includes acute erythroid leukemia (M6) of two subtypes: M6a-erythroleukemia (erythroid/myeloid) and M6b-pure erythroid leukemia. The aims of this co… CONTINUE READING


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