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Case Studies in Cytogenetics-21
Author:Multiple Course Authors
ASCLS P.A.C.E.® #:511-173-22
CE Broker #:20-893699
Last Reviewed:01/15/2022
Quiz Questions:16
Total Pages in PDF Doc:40
Total Content Pages in PDF Doc:18

This Course Consists of Three Case Studies:

  1. Mixed Phenotype Acute Leukemia With PML‑RARα Positive
  2. Philadelphia Chromosome Positive Chronic Myeloid Leukemia With 5Q Deletion At Diagnosis
  3. Chromosome Y As A Marker For Sex Discrepancies In Patients With Organ Transplants

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At the completion of this course the reader will be able to:

  1. ARTICLE 1: Describe mixed phenotype acute leukemia (MPAL), the statistics of the disease, and whether there's a treatment.
  2. ARTICLE 1: Discuss the case report recalling the patient's initial lab results, bone morphology, cytogenetics & molecular patterns, and the patient's lineal course.
  3. ARTICLE 2: Recall Chronic myelogenous leukemia (CML), its cytogenetic & molecular patterns, outlook for disease prognosis, and treatment options.
  4. ARTICLE 2: Interpret the patient's initial laboratory results.
  5. ARTICLE 2: Discuss the importance of the cytogenetic abnormality 5q- .
  6. ARTICLE 3: Recall testing for common autosomal chromosomal aneuploidies and sex determination compared to traditional biochemical and sonographic screening.
  7. ARTICLE 3: After reviewing the case study, recall the chromosomal discrepancies that can occur in a patient that received a previous transplant.
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