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Hematopoetic stem cell transplantation in CD40 ligand deficiency
Pearson syndrome in a patient transplanted for diamond-blackfan anemia
Use of low cell dose for unmanipulated donor lymphocyte for management of cytomegalovirus infection: a single-center experience
Although advancements have been made in monitoring and preventing viral infections in HSCT patients, CMV reactivation still remains a critical post-transplant complication. Adoptive cell therapy is an alternative to ...
Pearson syndrome in a child transplanted for diamond-blackfan anemia
(Sociedad Argentina de Pediatria, 2021)
Pearson syndrome (PS), shares a number of overlapping features with Diamond-Blackfan anemia (DBA), including early onset of severe anemia, making differential diagnosis important. Differential diagnosis of DBA and PS is ...