Leukemias, classified by duration, are described by the most progressive to the
least rapid by:
a. Acute, chronic, and subacute.
b. Acute, subacute, and chronic.
Chronic, acute, and subacute.
Which type of leukemia has smaller than normal myeloblast, large and bizarre-
a. Acute rnyelomonocytic leukemia of Naegeli.
b. Acute promyelocytic leukemia
Chronic myelogenous leukemia.
d. Acute myelogenous leukemia.
With acute monocytic leukemia of Schilling, the patient has:
a. A moderately high WBC, a convoluted fine chromatin pattern, 1 to 5 nucleoli
with immature granulocyte, and a serrated-shaped border.
b. Anemia, a moderately high WBC, a normal platelet count, convoluted fine
chromatin patter, 1 to 4 nucleoli with immature monocytes, and a serrated-
a moderately high WBC, a serrated-shaped border, mature lymphocytes, 1 to
5 nucleoli, thrombocytopenia, and immature granulocytes.
d. Cytoplasm with few visible granules; a moderately high WBC; 1 to 5 nucleoli
with immature, lacy monocytes; and a serrated-shaped border.