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Neuroblastoma: Metastatic deposit in Bone Marrow.

2 year boy, severe anaemia with pain abdomen. PBS shows Normocytic normochromic anaemia anisokaryosis. No abnormal cell found. Retic count normal. platelet reduced. USG findings- No hepatosplenomegaly. others- Bone Marrow Aspiration slides... Diagnosis ??

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Neuroblastoma: Metastatic deposit in Bone Marrow.
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Diluted marrow aspirate Increased population of small to medium sized blastic cells ? lymphoid blasts Few megakaryocytes seen Possibilities Aleukemic leukemia Adv FCM on BM aspirate Trephine biopsy sos
Neuroblastoma: Metastatic deposit in Bone Marrow.
Hus itp vasculitis are dds
SRBCT.P/O : Neuroblastoma.
Henoch scholien purpura
suggestive of ALL
Is it pbs?
Bone marrow aspiration.
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leukemia

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