JUVENILE CHRONIC MYELOID LEUKEMIA

Authors

  • Modoodul Mannan
  • M.A. Khaliq

Abstract

Two cases of Juvenile Chronic Myeloid Leukemia (CML) are reported. The commonest ageof CML is fourth and fifth decades of life, the disease is rare in children specially below the age often years. We have found two cases of Juvenile CML, one aged 1 year and other 8 years old. Thesecases were referred to us from Women and Children Hospital, Abbottabad

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