Keywords: acute myeloid monocyte
Acute granulocytic, monocytic leukemia (referred to as acute myelomonocytic ANUL-M5). Bone marrow or (and) granulocyte and monocyte two-line cells in the peripheral blood, or “acute myelomonocytic primitive cells is both granulocytic, but also with the morphological characteristics of the monocytic. Original grain and promyelocytic hyperplasia should be more than 20% of the original young single and monocytes; the original juvenile monocytogenes, the original tablets and promyelocytic should be more than 20%.
Clinical manifestations of acute myelomonocytic “the following characteristics:
(1) gingival hyperplasia, swelling, bleeding, ulceration, necrosis is more common;
(2) nasal infiltration, nasal congestion, hyposmia, palate, ulceration, laryngeal edema causing suffocation;
(3) skin lesions in leukemia more common, can be expressed as a diffuse rash, hard nodules, lumps, pustular, bullous or exfoliative dermatitis;
(4) the intestinal wall infiltration, ulcers, gastrointestinal disorders, such as relatively easy to see;
(5) renal failure, proteinuria were more common with monocytes and granulocytes rich lysozyme – easy to form lysozyme the hyperlipidemia and lysozyme urine related;
(6) The joint pain and swelling is relatively common;
(7) in the treatment of acute myelomonocytic rush orders efficacy compared with other acute non-lymphocytic leukemia as poor.