[Diagnosis of leukemia and lymphoma]

A Urabe
Gan No Rinsho. Japan Journal of Cancer Clinics 1988, 34 (10): 1445-8
Leukemia and lymphomas were traditionally diagnosed by cytology and histology, but recently analyses of cell surface markers, gene rearrangement and so on have been used to make accurate the diagnosis. The differential diagnosis and some aspects of early diagnosis of hematological malignancies were interpreted in this paper.

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