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Cytogentic analysis revealed abnormalites of either numerical or structural types in 76% of MDS patients and 52% of ANLL patients.
Translocation t(3;5) in ANLL. Cancer Genet Cytogenet 1985;16:279.
TABLE 1 Demographic Data by Medical Center (N = 51) Medical Medical Center A Center B Total n % n % n % Gender Females 13 43.3 10 47.6 23 46.0 Males 17 56.7 11 52.4 28 54.9 Ethnicity Caucasian 9 30.0 13 61.9 22 43.1 African American 9 30.0 5 23.8 14 27.5 Hispanic 12 40.0 3 14.3 15 29.4 Parent's Marital Status 2-Parent Home 18 60.0 18 85.7 36 70.6 1-Parent Home 10 33.3 3 14.3 13 25.5 Unreported 2 6.7 0 0.0 2 3.9 Diagnosis Leukemia/Lymph ALL 12 40.0 9 42.9 21 41.2 ANLL 0 1 4.8 1 2.0 NHL 3 10.0 4 19.0 7 13.7 Hodgkin's 3 10.0 5 23.8 8 15.7 Solid Tumors Ewing's 2 6.7 0 2 3.9 Fibrosarcoma 1 3.3 0 Hepatoblastoma 1 3.3 1 4.8 2 3.9 Neuroblastoma 1 3.3 0 1 2.0 Osteogenic 1 3.3 0 1 2.0 Wilm's Tumors 6 20.0 1 4.8 7 13.7 Total 30 21 51
In that hospital the most frequent types of disorders were, in decreasing order: ANLL (>M1), ALL, CML (all of them showed the Ph chromosome) and MDS.
Acute nonlymphoblastic leukemia (ANLL) affects about five of every one million children under 15-years-old, accounting for 15% of all leukemia in this age group.
In adults, occupational exposure to high doses of benzene is an established cause of acute leukemia, especially acute nonlymphoblastic leukemia (ANLL).
CD79a is heterogeneously expressed in acute non-lymphoblastic leukemias (ANLL) and normal megakaryocytes and is antibody clone dependent.