Fast Five Quiz: How Prepared Are You to Address Chronic Myelogenous Leukemia?

Emmanuel C. Besa, MD


November 11, 2014

Signs of the accelerated phase of CML include worsening control of blood counts, increasing peripheral blood blast count, basophilia, thrombocytopenia (not related to therapy), new chromosomal abnormalities, myelofibrosis, and increasing splenomegaly.

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