Diagnostic evaluation of leukemia, Biology

Diagnostic Evaluation 

A  study of complete blood count (CBC) and blood chemistry mainly uric acid levels, is necessary for dignostic evaluation. 

Radiologic  studies  are done  to exclude  any mediastinal mass or leukaemic infiltration of the kidneys. 

Dignostic Procedures/Investigations -

  1. Blood smear 
  2. Bone marrow examination 
  3. Chest X-ray 
  4. Lumbar puncture 
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