Leukemia with Osteoarticular Symptoms and Signs

Silverstein, Murray N.; Kelly, Patrick J.
November 1963
Annals of Internal Medicine;Nov63 Part 1, Vol. 59 Issue 5, p637
Academic Journal
Discusses case findings of patients with acute leukemia in which the clinical course was dominated by bone and joint symptoms. Clinical observations; Laboratory findings; Site of osteoarticular complaints; Blood conditions; X-ray findings.


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