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DIT leuk/lymph

most common leukemia in children ALL
most common leukemia in adults in the US CLL
most common lymphoma in US diffuse lg B cell lymphoma
reed sternberg cells hodgkin's lymphoma
AML a/w down syndrome M7 AML
leukemia with more mature cells and less than 5% blasts Chronic leukemia
AML that are CD13 and CD33 + M0-M6 AML
particularly a/w EBV Burkitt's and Hodgkin's lymphomas
characteristic AUER rods AML (particularly M2 and M3)
a/w long term celiac disease intestinal T cell lymphoma
greater than 20% blasts in marrow acute leukemia
myelodysplastic syndromes have a tendency to progress to... AML
myeloproliferative disorders may progress to AML
AML that is CD 41 and CD61 + M7 AML
PAS + acute leukemia ALL
commonly presents with bone pain ALL
viscous blood, HA, plethora, splenomegaly, and low EPo polycythemia vera
Leukemia equivalent o Burkett's lymphoma L3 or B variant ALL
lymphoma equivalent of CLL small lymphocytic lymphoma
numerous basophils, splenomegaly, and negative for leukocyte alk phos CML
most common neonatal leukemia M7 AML (megakaryocytic)
always positive for the philadelphia chromosome (t9;22) CML
only AML that is Cd13 and CD33 negative M7 AML
starry sky pattern due to phagocytosis of apoptotic tumor cells Burkitt's lymphoma
always a/w BCR-ABL genes CML
a/w sjogren, hashimoto, and H. Pylori marginal cell MALToma
acute leukemia positive for peroxidase AML
solid sheets of lymphoblasts in marrow ALL
PAS negative acute leukemia AML
Created by: kayjames