Granulocytic sarcoma with translocation (9;11)(p22;q23): two cases.


Granulocytic sarcomas are localized deposits of myeloid leukemia cells that may precede or occur concurrently with disseminated disease. In either event, the origins of the cells comprising the malignancy are the same. Published reports of granulocytic sarcomas have described, in the majority of cases, a morphology typical of AML-M2 and the presence of the… (More)


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@article{Bown1997GranulocyticSW, title={Granulocytic sarcoma with translocation (9;11)(p22;q23): two cases.}, author={Nicholas Bown and David W. Rowe and M. M. Reid}, journal={Cancer genetics and cytogenetics}, year={1997}, volume={96 2}, pages={115-7} }