Fast Five Quiz: Chronic Lymphocytic Leukemia (CLL) Presentation and Diagnosis

Karl J. D'Silva, MD


March 08, 2022

Splenomegaly is present in 30%-54% of patients with CLL. Other clinical manifestations of CLL include hepatomegaly (present in 10%-20% of patients), petechiae, and pallor. All patients with CLL will have abnormally high white blood cell counts.

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