Here is another example of what some workers have called "chronic lymphosarcoma cell leukemia." Research has yielded conflicting results about this condition; some work has indicated that these patients have a worse prognosis than those with more typical CLL, whereas other work points to the opposite conclusion. The adjective "abnormal" is used by us to distinguish these lymphocytes from the normal-appearing ones seen in other cases of CLL and to distinguish them from the atypical lymphocytes of IM.
Course Section: 07. Lymphocytic Leukemia: Acute and Chronic
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