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Chronic myelocytic leukemia (CML) has been diagnosed in a child aged 4 years and 7 months. Cytomorphologic examination of the peripheral blood smears shows a lymphoid population with a variable number of immature myeloid cells. The myeloblasts have an indented nucleus with thin nuclear membrane and a dense basophilic cytoplasm with pale vacuoles. Cytochemical stains reveal the presence of cytoplasmic glycogen and glycogenated nuclei. Immunological tests for surface and cytoplasmic antigens, cytogenetic analysis and DNA analysis by PCR study do not demonstrate the Philadelphia chromosome. This case confirms the existence of the childhood CML in the French-Canadian population.Injury
Injury is an injury or damage to the body or its component parts or structure.
It may be derived from the Latin word lacerare, which means "to tear."
Injuries and wounds
Injuries may be inflicted by force, including blunt force, puncture, or penetrating force (i.e., gunshot, knife, etc.). Injuries may also be inflicted accidentally by objects, including both blunt and penetrating objects. Some injuries are simply caused by the application of physical force. In medicine, this type of injury is called an injury.
A wound may be defined as "a break in the skin or other barrier covering the surface of the body, an opening into the body or through which bacteria and other materials may enter the body." Injury is a subset of wound. A wound is described as "a lesion of the skin from a blow or other injury, with or without contamination of the surface of the skin by foreign matter." Wounds can range from minor scratches and bites to life-threatening injuries.
Wounds are classified as closed or open. A closed wound is minor and requires only a bandage to protect the injury until it heals. An open wound may be more serious and should not be covered with a bandage until a competent medical professional evaluates the situation.
Types of wounds
Major wounds are life-threatening. These wounds may result in extensive damage to organs and tissues and significant loss of blood. Major wounds include:
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