Schilling's type of leukaemia
Monocytic leukaemia without any morphological components resembling a myelocytic origin.
Monocytic leukaemia without any morphological components resembling a myelocytic origin. It is characterized by the presence in the blood of large cells derived from the endothelial system, with lacy chromatin, bizarre nuclei, and irregular borders.
- C. H. Watkins, B. E. Hall:
Monocytic leukemia of the Naegeli and Schilling types.
American Journal of Clinical Pathology, Baltimore, 1940, 10: 387-396.
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