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Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia

Acute lymphoblastic leukemia is a cancer of white blood cells in the bone marrow - they are overproduced, crowd out the normal cells, and spread to other organs.

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Asked By : manoj.c.p

Asked on : 21 Jul 2012   

hi
my daughter , rashmi 5 year old female was admitted in a hospital with the c/o fever,and anemia
diagnosed as a ALL ,B CELL,started chemotherapy there
at the time of admission her haemoglobin is 4,platelet 10,000,peripheral smear shows blast presnt
CSF NEGATIVE
BONE MARROW NOT DONE
induction chemotherapy started
prednisolone oral
inj.vincristine i.v 4 doses
inj, daunorubicin 3 doses
inj.L. asparaginase 8 doses
IT ,methotrexate 3 times
BONE MARRO DONE 3? BLAST SHOWS
phase b
inj.cyclophosphamide iv 2 time
inj,cytarabine s/c ( arac) 4 days * 4 doses
tab .6 mp 60 days
IT METHOTREXATE 3 times
tab.biotraxate
RE INDUCTION PHASE
tab.dexamethasone orally
inj.vincristine iv 4 doses
inj. dnr 4 doses
inj.L .asparanginase 4 dose
inj.cyclophosphamide 1 dose
inj.cytarabine 2 dose
it.methotrexate 2 doses

BONE MARROW DONE SHOWS 3% BLASTS AND 5%LYMPHS
CSF NEGATIVE
given tab.6pm for one month

review 20/8/2012
how is the condition ? what I can do next?


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