A simultaneous study of bone marrow, spleen, and liver in chronic myeloid leukemia: evidence for differences in cell composition and karyotypes

M. Baccarani, A. Zaccaria, A. M. Santucci, G. P. Bagnara, P. Ricci, M. Gobbi, D. Ruggero, M. A. Brunelli, S. Tura

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Abstract

The main subject of this study was to compare the cell composition of marrow and spleen, and the karyotype of marrow and spleen myeloid cells. During the study, it became clear that also liver myelopoiesis was worth investigating, so that all the available information pertaining to the liver has also been added.

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationSER.HAEMAT.
Pages81-112
Number of pages32
Volume8
Edition4
Publication statusPublished - 1975

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Medicine(all)

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