Invasive aspergillosis complicating induction chemotherapy of childhood leukaemia

Abstract

Two children with acute leukaemia developed histologically confirmed invasive aspergillosis within 2 weeks after onset of polychemotherapy. One child had received only prednisone and one pulse of vincristine and daunorubicin before. This child showed classical roentgenographic signs of aspergilloma following an upper pulmonary lobe infiltration. The second… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/BF01957749

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@article{Bmelburg1992InvasiveAC, title={Invasive aspergillosis complicating induction chemotherapy of childhood leukaemia}, author={T. B{\"o}melburg and Nicolas de Roos and H. -J. von Lengerke and J. Ritter}, journal={European Journal of Pediatrics}, year={1992}, volume={151}, pages={485-487} }