Tag Archives: Bone marrow transplant

Case 99 – Summary

Thank you for your contribution in our #TeamHaem case this week. This week we have been looking at Diamond Blackfan anaemia (DBA). This is a rare, genetically and clinically heterogeneous, inherited red cell aplasia. It is one of the Inherited … Continue reading

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Case 99 – update 5

Genetic testing on both parents and her brother are carried out and are all negative. Hence this is a de novo mutation of RPL5 in our little girl. You also carry out HLA typing on her and her brother, who … Continue reading

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Case 98 – summary

Following several obinutuzumab reactions, which resulted in overnight hospital admissions, our patient decided he did not wish to continue with obinutuzumab. He continues on chlorambucil monotherapy and has tolerated it reasonably well and his disease appears to be responding. Thankyou … Continue reading

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Case 98 – part 1 – update 3

Our patient has been started on venetoclax and has had an excellent response. Following discussions with our patient and referral to the transplant team he has decided to go ahead with a sibling allo SCT. What considerations are there for … Continue reading

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Case 96 – summary

Thank you for participating in our case this week. This week we have been looking at a case of JMML (Juvenile myelomonocytic leukaemia), which is a rare clonal haematopoietic disorder of childhood, characterised by the proliferation of granulocytic and monocytic … Continue reading

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Case 75 – summary

Case 75 – Summary! Thank you for all of the contributions with Case 75, where we encountered a 43 year old who presented with back pain and circulating plasma cells in his peripheral blood. In summary we established that this … Continue reading

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Case 20 – the beginning

You review a 25 year old female on the haematology ward as part of the daily ward round. She is day +13 post allogeneic stem cell transplant for relapsed AML. What should you include in your assessment? Consider potential complications … Continue reading

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