Ectrodactyly with Infant Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia Associated With Very Rare translocation of t (5; 15) (p15; q11.2) : A case report [post]

Yesim Oymak, zge Ozer Kaya, Nergial Moueminoglou, Tuba Karap nar
2020 unpublished
Infant leukemias are rare in childhood leukemias and have poor prognostic features. Most infant leukemias are presented with MLL rearrangement at diagnosis. t (5; 15) has been reported very rarely in infant leukemias. In addition, the relationship between congenital anomalies and leukemia is controversial. Here we report a case with t (5; 15) (p15; q11.2) infant leukemia and ectrodactyly.
doi:10.22541/au.159318534.46784857 fatcat:33vhpfvtkbegtajaj5itxp6p4m