Acute Bilineal Leukemia (ABL)

What is Acute Bilineal Leukemia (ABL)

Acute Bilineal Leukemia Is a Very Rare disorder

This condition is prevalent in Childhood.

It accounts for less than 0.3 % of all acute leukemia cases.

Surprisingly, the same genetic changes can be identified in both clonal populations making the “true” ABL even rarer.

FC in combination with morphology is the basic method for identifying ABL and should be followed by detailed genetic analysis.


Prognosis of ABL patients in our cohort was poor, despite SCT preceded by the application of treatment modalities targeting both lymphoid and myeloid clones.

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