Recurrent Childhood Acute Myeloid Leukemia is a clonal disorder caused by malignant transformation of a bone marrow-derived, self-renewing stem cell or progenitor, in which the patient enters remission and relaspses. This leads to a decreased rate of self-destruction and aberrant differentiation causing an accumulation in the organs and bone marrow by these myeloid cells. In order for Myeloid Leukemia to be considered acute the bone marrow must be greater than 20% leukemic blasts.
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