Vulvar and Oral Lesions in a 34-Year Old Woman

Beverly J. Brent, MT(ASCP)BB; Meenakshi Nandedkar, CDR, MC, USNR


Lab Med. 2005;36(10):644-646. 

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  1. What are this patient's most striking clinical and laboratory findings?

  2. How do you explain this patient's most striking clinical and laboratory findings?

  3. What is this patient's most likely diagnosis?

  4. What additional tests are recommended to confirm this diagnosis?

  5. How is this patient's disease subtyped?

  6. What is this patient's final diagnosis?

  7. What diseases are most often associated with pancytopenia?

  8. What is the most common laboratory indicator of erythropoiesis?

  9. What is the prognosis for individuals with our patient's disease?

  10. What is the most appropriate treatment for this patient?


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