Atlas of Genetics and Cytogenetics in Oncology and Haematology
This section is now developing a collaboration with the European LeukemiaNet - Workpackage 11: Cytogenetics
This section is dedicated to recurrent -but rare- chromosomes abnormalities in leukemias / lymphomas. As stated, cases of interest shall be :
- recurrent (i.e. previously described in at least 1 case),
- rare (previously described in less than 20 cases),
- with well documented clinics and laboratory findings, and
- with iconography on chromosomes,
- in cases of hematological malignancy.
IMPORTANT INSTRUCTIONS TO AUTHORS:
2- Please send (by post) a copy of the papers cited to speed the review process.
3- Please, suggest 2 referees, with complete address (e- mails in particular).
4- Please, certify herein that this case report has not previously been published (we accept cases already published as parts of large series, only if detailed data were absent).
TITLE (must be plain and explicit, e.g: 't(?;?)(?;?) is non-random and may be found in M4 ANLL (present report) and in RAEB (2 previous cases)', or 'the 5 known cases of t(?;?)(?;?) in CD19+ ALL, including ours, share a poor prognosis)'
AUTHORS AFFILIATIONS / e-MAIL
CASE' s HOSPITAL NUMBER (Unique Identif. Nb is required; no recognizable item ++)
|Previous History ------->|
OF PRELEUKAEMIA (+/-)
OR PREVIOUS MALIGNANT DISEASE (+/-)
OR INBORN GENETIC CONDITION (+/-)
IF +, MAIN ITEMS ARE
AGE (d: days; m: months; y: years)
ENLARGED LIVER (+/-)
ENLARGED SPLEEN (+/-)
ENLARGED LYMPH NODES (+/-)
CENTRAL NERVOUS SYST INVOLVED (+/-)
|Blood Data ------->|
|Cyto-Pathological Classification ------->|
IMMUNOPHENOTYPE (as CD)
REARRANGED (+/-) IG or TCR (which)
|Survival Data ------->|
DATE OF DIAGNOSIS (month/year)
COMPLETE REMISSION (+/-)
DEATH RELATED WITH TREATMENT (+/-)
IF RELAPSE: PHENOTYPE
DATE OF LAST FOLLOW UP (m/y)
DEAD (D), ALIVE (A), LOST (L)
SURVIVAL (d, m, or y)
DETAILED COMPLETE RESULTS (using ISCN)
KARYOTYPE(S) AT RELAPSE(S)
|Molecular Cytogenetics ------->|
|Other Molecular Studies ------->|
|Other Findings ------->|
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COMMENTS (no more than 10 lines; make sure of relevance)
CALL FOR COLLABORATION
|References (PLEASE, see below and conform to the style) ------->|
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Literature references should be included in the text:
by author's name followed by year of publication arranged chronologically and then alphabetically. When there are more than two authors, use the first author name and et al.
e.g. " recent data indicates that teddy bears are very affectionate persons(Paddington and The Pooh, 2003; Paddington et al., 2009)
- In the references list:
* classified by years, from the oldest * style:
Author1 AB, Author2 CD, Author3 E.
Journal. Year date;Vol(Number):first page-last page. (add: REVIEW if it is)
All teddy bears are gentle persons.
Paddington B, The Pooh W.
Int J Teddy Bears. 2003 Dec 25;12(12):501-9. (REVIEW)
Atlas Genet Cytogenet Oncol Haematol, Editor,
Genetics, Dept Medical Information,
University Hospital, F-86021 Poitiers, FRANCE
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