International Journal of Pediatrics / 2009 / Article / Tab 4

Clinical Study

Characterization of Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia Subtypes in Moroccan Children

Table 4

Clinical and biological features according to CD10 expression in children with ALL.

No. of patients (%)

pB-cell ALL T-cell ALL
FeaturesTotal of patientsCD10 CD10+ valueCD10 CD10+ value

Gender.92.24
F1139 (9.09)90 (90.91)9 (64.29)5 (35.71)
M15010 (8.55)107 (91.45)28 (84.85)5 (15.15)
Leukocyte count ( 109/L).31.81
5017712 (4.71)150 (92.59)11 (73.33)4 (26.67)
50857 (13.21)46 (86.79)26 (81.25)6 (18.75)
FAB subtype.67.89
L113510 (9.09)100 (90.91)19 (76.00)6 (24.00)
L2985 (6.33)74 (93.67)15 (78.95)4 (21.05)
Age (Y).27.038
160 (0.00)5 (100)0 (0.00)1 (100)
1–1014711 (7.24)141 (92.76)20 (90.91)2 (9.09)
10838 (13.56)51 (86.44)17 (70.83)7 (29.17)

ALL: acute lymphoblastic leukaemia, F: female, M: male, Y: year. (statistically significant).

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