Microfotografía de leucemia linfocítica aguda

Esta fotografía muestra las células linfáticas (linfoblastos) teñidas de oscuro que se observan en la leucemia linfocítica aguda, el tipo más común de leucemia infantil.Microfotografía de leucemia linfocítica aguda


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