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Totally, 33 patients received surgery and chemotherapy ([R]CHOP-like regimen and NHL-[BFM]-90 regimen), six patients died of tumor and associated disease (including four bone marrow relapse cases, one respiratory failure case and one acute tumor lysis syndrome
case) with the average survival time 9.7 months (ranging from 4 to 18 months), 27 was still alive with the average survival time 63.4 months (ranging from 8 to 120 months), including nine polypoid cases and one Stage II case without timely treatment.
Acute tumor lysis syndrome
and treatment response in patients treated for refractory chronic lymphocytic leukemia with short-course, high-dose cytosine arabinoside, cisplatin, and etoposide.
Criteria for hyperuricemia and acute tumor lysis syndrome