B. K. WISEMAN, M.D.
The Physiology of Lymphopoiesis
The Pathology of Lymphopoiesis in Non-Infectious States
Chronic Lymphatic Leukemia
Aleukocythemic Lymphatic Leukemia
It is doubtful whether there is any group of diseases about which there is more controversy over the clinical classification, pathogenesis and morbid physiology, than those which primarily involve the lymphatic tissues. As contrasted with those dyscrasias which have their origin in the sister blood forming tissue, the bone marrow, the greater difficulty in the interpretation of morbid processes in the lymphadenopathies is quite manifest. Thus, while the division of the diseases affecting the bone marrow into
B. K. WISEMAN. LYMPHOPOIESIS, LYMPHATIC HYPERPLASIA, AND LYMPHEMIA: FUNDAMENTAL OBSERVATIONS CONCERNING THE PATHOLOGIC PHYSIOLOGY AND INTERRELATIONSHIPS OF LYMPHATIC LEUKEMIA, LEUKOSARCOMA AND LYMPHOSARCOMA(LYMPHOPOIESIS, LYMPHATIC HYPERPLASIA, AND LYMPHEMIA: FUNDAMENTAL OBSERVATIONS CONCERNING THE PATHOLOGIC PHYSIOLOGY AND INTERRELATIONSHIPS OF LYMPHATIC LEUKEMIA, LEUKOSARCOMA AND LYMPHOSARCOMA*). Ann Intern Med. 1936;9:1303–1329. doi: 10.7326/0003-4819-9-10-1303
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Published: Ann Intern Med. 1936;9(10):1303-1329.
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