ASH 39th (1998)

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The implications of cavity formation on chest X-ray in intensive haematological practice. (click for details)
Autopsy review in multiple myeloma reveals aspergillosis as a significant cause of death after high dose therapy especially with allotransplants. (click for details)
Unrelated mismatched cord blood transplantation can reconstitute adult patients with hematological malignancies: a single institution experience. (click for details)
Long-term outcome of splenectomy in patients with autoimmune hemolytic anemia with or without associated disease. (click for details)
Phase I/II study of granulocyte transfusions from G-CSF-stimulated unrelated donors for treatment infections in neutropenic blood and marrow transplant patients. (click for details)
Detection of Aspergillus species by PCR in blood and bronchoalveolar lavage samples of febrile neutropenic patients. (click for details)
2CDA/VAC - an effective new combination for high risk de novo follicular low grade lymphoma producing high remission rates. (click for details)
Delayed T cell reconstitution but normal phagocytic and humoral immune recovery during the first one hundred days following unrelated umbilical cord blood transplant in children. (click for details)
Randomized trial of aerosol amphotericin B for prevention of invasive aspergillus infections in neutropenic patients. (click for details)
PBSC does not protect against aspergillosis in allogeneic transplantation: a case control study of risk and prognosis factors. (click for details)


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