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|Title:||Bone marrow transplantation.|
|Authors:||Vats, T S|
|Citation:||Vats TS. Bone marrow transplantation. Indian Journal of Pediatrics. 1993 Jul-Aug; 60(4): 539-49|
|Abstract:||Bone marrow transplantations have a definite role in treatment of leukemias and lymphomas. In acute myeloid leukemia and CML an allogeneic transplant using an HLA identical donor certainly provides a far superior survival than chemotherapy. Patients with Ph' chromosome need to be transplanted in first remission if a suitable donor is available. In recurrent lymphomas the best results are achieved if the patient is transplanted in complete remission. Transplantation done using minor mismatched family donors or unrelated donors are still considered experimental and more data is needed before final recommendations can be made. Availability of supportive services is an absolute must prior to establishing transplant program. Selection of patients for transplantation should be done after carefully reviewing the indications and discussing with the family the emotional, financial and physical burden of the procedure. For selected indications in leukemias and lymphomas, BMT may be the only viable treatment option and therefore must be considered.|
|Appears in Collections:||Indian Journal of Pediatrics|
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