Demographic study of leukaemia presenting within the first 3 months of life in the Northern Health Region of England.
- Published Article
Journal of clinical pathology
- Publication Date
Feb 01, 2004
Congenital leukaemia is very rare but is not inevitably fatal. Finding trisomy 21 in spontaneously dividing blood or bone marrow cells of an infant with putative acute leukaemia, particularly within 3 months of birth, should encourage a cautious clinical approach and suggests that the diagnosis might be TMD.
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