Medical Definition of Acute monocytic leukaemia

1. The most common translocation in this disorder of poorly differentiated monocytic cells involves chromosome region 11q in a large percentage of cases. The translocation involves a cellular oncogene, c-ets which is mapped to the 11q23-24 region. The most common translocations reported are t(6;11), t(9;11), t(11;17) and t(11;19), of which t(9;11) (p21-22;q23) is by far the most frequently detected and implicated in acute myeloid leukaemia. The cells express CD14 surface antigen, which is diagnostic of monocytic cells. Acronym: AML Classification: FAB M5 (07 Apr 1998)

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Acute Monocytic Leukaemia

acute interstitial pneumonitis
acute kidney failure
acute kidney transplant rejection
acute leukaemia
acute leukemia
acute lobar nephrosis
acute lower GI haemorrhage
acute lymphoblastic leukaemia
acute lymphoblastic leukemia
acute lymphocytic leukaemia
acute lymphocytic leukemia
acute malaria
acute mania
acute membranous gingivitis
acute miliary tuberculosis
acute monocytic leukaemia (current term)
acute mountain sickness
acute myeloblastic leukaemia
acute myelocytic leukemia
acute myelogenous leukaemia
acute myeloid leukaemia
acute myeloid leukemia
acute necrotising ulcerative gingivitis
acute necrotizing encephalitis
acute necrotizing haemorrhagic encephalomyelitis
acute necrotizing haemorrhagic leukoencephalitis
acute necrotizing ulcerative gingivitis
acute nephritic syndrome
acute nephritis

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