Total Pages in PDF Doc: 62
Content Pages: 33
Quiz Questions: 40
PLEASE NOTE: These titles are also available individually.
|Double Aneuploidy in Down Syndrome
|CASE STUDY: New AML with Difficult Karyotype
|Morphological Markers of Chromosomal Instability
PREVIEW INDIVIDUAL ARTICLES:
At the end of Aneuploidy in Down Syndrome, the reader will be able to:
- Recall the discovery of chromosome numbers and list some of the major chromosomal syndromes, along with their clinical features.
- Briefly discuss common double aneuploidies involving chromosome 21and autosomal chromosomes.
- Discuss common double aneuploidies involving chromosome 21 and sex chromosomes and the related diseases.
- Discuss specific chromosome abnormalities and their resulting conditions.
At the end of New AML with Complex Karyotype, the reader will be able to:
- Recall the observable chromosome abnormalities in AML.
- Analyze the patientís laboratory results in the associated AML case study.
- Evaluate the entire course of the patientís treatment plan.
- Examine the conclusions made regarding this case report and the associated findings.
At the end of Morphological Markers of Chromosomal Instability, the reader will be able to:
- Define chromosomal instability.
- Discuss mitotic figures and how they correlate to malignancy.
- Define atypical mitosis.
- Discuss telomere dysfunction and its relation to carcinogenesis.
- Recall the use of morphological markers in chromosomal instability.