2017-03-08

Cell Quiz Champion

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We at CellaVision challenge you become the Undisputed CellaVision Cell Quiz Champion.

  1. Download our CellAtlas app on your smartphone.
  2. Try to beat the high score in our Cell Quiz.
  3. Take a screenshot of your high score and send it to marketing@cellavision.com
    Each month we will publish the names of the current high score holders. At the end of this year (2017) the Undisputed CellaVision Cell Quiz Champion will be announced and receive the ultimate honor together with a great prize.
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Best of luck!

/The CellaVision Marketing Team

 

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This blog is created by CellaVision for laboratory professionals with a particular interest in hematology and digital cell morphology. Our aim is to inform, educate and inspire in equal measures – by highlighting interesting articles, sharing interesting patient cases and cell images, and presenting inspiring success stories from our community of CellaVision-users from around the world.

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  1. B cell prolymphocytic leukemia (B-PLL) is a very rare B cell neoplasm comprised of so-called prolymphocytes, typically with involvement of the peripheral blood, bone marrow, and spleen. The name “prolymphocyte” is actually a misnomer, as the tumor cells in this disease are mature activated B cells. By definition, these prolymphocytes comprise greater than 55 percent of the cells in the blood and bien.
    B-PLL is an extremely rare disease, comprising far less than 1 percent of B cell leukemias .Since the diagnosis was changed to exclude cases of mantle cell lymphoma, atypical chronic lymphocytic leukemia (CLL), and CLL/PLL (defined as between 15 and 55 percent prolymphocytes), B-PLL has become increasingly rare.
    B-PLL mainly affects the elderly with a mean age at presentation of between 65 and 70 years .

    Patients typically present with a rapidly rising white blood cell count >100,000/microL and massive splenomegaly; anemia and thrombocytopenia are present in approximately 65 and 35 percent, respectively . Systemic B symptoms (ie, fevers, night sweats, weight loss) are common.

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