postremission therapy

postremission therapy

Oncology Chemotherapy to kill CA cells surviving remission-inducing therapy. See Remission.
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Allogeneic transplantation versus chemotherapy as postremission therapy for acute myeloid leukemia: A prospective matched pairs analysis.
Other Molecular Markers and an Integrated Approach to the Choice of Postremission Therapy
Even in the era of molecular markers in AML, standard prognostic factors (patient-related and disease-related) still play an important role in an integrated approach to the choice of postremission therapy [45].
showed that the FLT3-ITD mRNA level has a high prognostic impact in NPM1-mutated AML-NK, and that it contributes to relapse risk stratification and might help to guide postremission therapy in NPM1-mutated AML (29).
(23) Marcucci et al (10) reported that 50% of patients with CBF AML have long-term survival when repetitive cycles of high-dose cytarabine are used as postremission therapy. For both subtypes of CBF AML, patients have a high complete remission rate with long-term, disease-free survival when treated with high-dose cytarabine in the consolidation phase.
A long-term follow-up of the Group for Research on Adult Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia Philadelphia- positive-2003 trial described the outcomes of 45 patients whose postremission therapy was partly decided by MRD results.[sup][13] Imatinib doses of 600-800 mg daily were given with consolidation chemotherapy.
This retrospective study was performed to explore the predictive factors and the role of auto-HSCT in the postremission therapy for ALL patients.