CHRONIC LYMPHOCYTIC LEUKEMIA (CLL),  PROGNOSTIC PANEL

Chronic Lymphocytic Leukemia (CLL) results in the progressive accumulation of CD5(+) CD23(+) B lymphocytes that appear morphologically mature but are functionally incompetent in bone marrow, blood, spleen and lymph nodes of the affected person. Chromosomal translocations are rare events in B-CLL, whereas copy number changes of certain chromosomal regions are frequent, and some of these have been found to be highly prognostic markers of CLL. More than 2% mutation in the IgVH Gene is a favorable prognostic marker.

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    Sample by Mon 9 am; Report Next Monday
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