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acute, chronic leukemia

M1 Myeloblastic without maturation
M2 Myeloplastic with maturation
M3 Promyelocytic (APL)
M4 Myelomonoblastic
M5 Monoblastic
M6 Erythroblastic
M7 Megakaryoblastic
Acute Leukemia 50% of all leukemia
Acute Myeloproliferative disorders in Older adults
Characteristics of acute leukemias 25% or more blasts in peripheral blood; FAB classification 30% blasts in marrows; elevated WBC; Thrombocytopenia 80% pts anemia approx. 90% pts; superimposed infection; hemorrhagic phenomena
Acute Leukemia Tx to eradicate malignant clone & allow normal hematopoiesis to reestablish itself via chemotherapy
Acute Leukemia Remission 70 - 75% pts 12 - 16 months remission
Acute Leukemia Survival 25% with intensive tx
Created by: jonyeh