RAEB


Also found in: Medical.
AcronymDefinition
RAEBRefractory Anemia with Excess Blast (hematology)
References in periodicals archive ?
figure 2) Bone marrow examination confirmed the diagnosis of AML in 2 (one of which was AML-M7), RAEB in 1 and aplastic anemia in 2 cases.
A total of 41 samples comprising the FAB subtypes RA, RARS, RAEB, RAEB-t and MDS/AML were analysed for promoter hypermethylation of five genes.
In the patient samples, mean (SD) methylation levels were 6% (5%), 6% (6%), 11% (8%), 11% (9%), and 21% (13%), for RA, BARS, RAEB, CMML, and AML, respectively.
Wattel and coworkers (24) reported that the neoplastic cells in 19 of 88 patients (22%) with RAEB or RAEB-T harbored a TP53 mutation, compared with only 1 out of 94 patients (1%) with other MDS subtypes.
Age, y/Sex Final Diagnosis MDS patients 1 72/F RA 2 77/M RA 3 58/M RARS 4 79/M RARS 5 82/M RARS 6 54/M RAEB (8% blasts) 7 83/F MDS, unclassified Control patients 8 64/F Lymphoma without BM involvement 9 48/F Lymphoma without BM involvement 10 63/M Lymphoma without BM involvement 11 67/M Lymphoma without BM involvement 12 62/F Lymphoma without BM involvement 13 65/M Lymphoma without BM involvement 14 72/F Lymphoma without BM involvement Case No.