aleukemic

a·leu·ke·mic

(ā-lū-kē'mik),
Pertaining to aleukemia.

a·leu·ke·mic

(ā'lū-kē'mik)
Pertaining to aleukemia.
Synonym(s): aleukaemic.
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Aleukemic leukaemia, AIDS, hypersplenism, lymphoma can be associated with pancytopenia.
However, lactic acidosis can still occur even when leukemia is present with a low white blood cell count, a condition known as aleukemic leukemia [2].
Aboulafia, "Granulocytic sarcoma: An unusual complication of aleukemic myeloid leukemia causing spinal cord compression.
Data were collected in April 2014 and variables occupation and histological type were considered for all leukemia types (acute leukemia, leukemic, basophilic, hairy cells, chronic, Burkitt cells, lymphosarcomatous cells, mast cells, plasma cells, eosinophilic, acute lymphoblastic, chronic lymphoblastic, aleukemic lymphoid, sub-acute lymphoid, lymphoid, acute megakaryoblastic, acute myeloid, aleukemic myeloid, chronic myeloid, sub-acute myeloid, myeloid, acute myelomonocytic, chronic myelomonocytic, acute monocytic, chronic monocytic, aleukemic monocytic, sub-acute monocytic, moncytic, prolymphocytic, acute promyelocytic, sub-acute, leukemia, adult T-cell lymphoma leukemia).
Aleukemic leukemia cutis (ALC) is the term for this uncommon event, in which skin invasion by leukemic blasts occurs at least 1 month prior to the appearance of the disease in bone marrow or peripheral blood (3-4).
Zdrenghea, "Atypical aleukemic presentation of large granular lymphocytic leukemia: a case report," Onco Targets and Therapy, vol.
Childhood aleukemic leukemia with hypercalcemia and bone lesions mimicking metabolic bone disease.
It is difficult to identify the origin of the tumor when it is not associated with bone marrow infiltration, namely "aleukemic leukemia cutis" (4).
Aleukemic leukemia cutis (ALC) is defined as the infiltration of the skin by blast cells before their appearance in the peripheral blood and bone marrow.
It is postulated by some authors that blastic NK-cell lymphoma now reclassified as HN may indeed represent a form of aleukemic leukemia cutis, derived from precursor cells.
of cases) Diagnosis code (a) 1977-1996 1997-2001 Total Lymphosarcoma, 200 11 -- (b) 11 reticulosarcoma Hodgkin lymphoma 201 23 -- (b) 23 Non-Hodgkin lymphoma 202 33 -- (b) 33 Multiple myeloma 203 26 -- (b) 26 ALL 204.0 2 0 2 CLL 204.1 40 13 53 Aleukemic leukemia 204.8 1 0 1 Acute myeloid leukemia 205.0 14 2 16 Chronic myeloid leukemia 205.1 7 1 8 Other myeloid leukemia 205.8 0 1 1 Other leukemia 207 2 0 2 Unspecified leukemia 208 1 0 1 Total -- 160 17 177 (a) World Health Organization (1979).