Trisomy 13 and myeloid malignancy--characteristic blast cell morphology: a United Kingdom Cancer Cytogenetics Group survey.


We retrospectively report data on 28 patients with haematological malignancy and trisomy 13 (25 cases) or tetrasomy 13 (three cases) as the primary acquired cytogenetic change. Peripheral blood and/or bone marrow morphology was reviewed in 25/28 cases and the final diagnosis was as follows: AML M0 (11), AML M1 (6), AML M2 (2), AML M4 (2), AML M5b (1), AML… (More)


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