Fulminant leukemia: what it is, symptoms, treatment

ALREADY the adjective – fulminating – inspires fear. But the fulminant leukemia, or promyelocytic, is not only very rare but is also perfectly treatable, if addressed in time and correctly, where correctly means with full doses of vitamin A. In fact, trans-retinoic acid is enough to restore the coagulation balance that the disease alters to such an extent that it causes bleeding, pulmonary, cerebral or otherwise.


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