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Experience of 20 years in modern nomenclature of myelo proliferative and lympho proliferative diseases



Experience of 20 years in modern nomenclature of myelo proliferative and lympho proliferative diseases



Zentralblatt fuer Allgemeine Pathologie und Pathologische Anatomie 126(5-6): 473-475



Cases [843] of [human] myeloproliferative diseases (380 biopsies, 463 autopsies) and 1145 cases of lymphoproliferative diseases (282 biopsies, 863 autopsies), examined during 1961-1980 at the Institute of Pathology of the Humboldt-University of Berlin [Berlin, West Germany], demonstrate the usefulness of the modern hematological nomenclature.

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