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[Development of terminal leukemia in a patient with Hodgkin's disease].
Minerva Med. 1975 Feb 28; 66(15):689-98.MM

Abstract

A morphological, cytochemical, genetic and autoradiographic examination of the myeloblasts observed in the terminal phase of a patient with Hodgkin's disease is reported. Comparison is made with the literature data in an assessment of the possible aetiopathogenesis of this association, which has become increasingly frequent in recent years in coincidence with the more widespread employment of more radical radio- and polychemotherapeutical management.

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1054112

Citation

Quaglino, D, et al. "[Development of Terminal Leukemia in a Patient With Hodgkin's Disease]." Minerva Medica, vol. 66, no. 15, 1975, pp. 689-98.
Quaglino D, Emilia G, Di Prisco AU, et al. [Development of terminal leukemia in a patient with Hodgkin's disease]. Minerva Med. 1975;66(15):689-98.
Quaglino, D., Emilia, G., Di Prisco, A. U., De Pasquale, A., & Zagni, G. (1975). [Development of terminal leukemia in a patient with Hodgkin's disease]. Minerva Medica, 66(15), 689-98.
Quaglino D, et al. [Development of Terminal Leukemia in a Patient With Hodgkin's Disease]. Minerva Med. 1975 Feb 28;66(15):689-98. PubMed PMID: 1054112.
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