ОТДЕЛЬНЫЕ АСПЕКТЫ ЗАГОТОВКИ АУТОТРАНСПЛАНТАТА У БОЛЬНЫХ МНОЖЕСТВЕННОЙ МИЕЛОМОЙ
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МНОЖЕСТВЕННАЯ МИЕЛОМА
МОБИЛИЗАЦИЯ
ЗАГОТОВКА
АУТОТРАНСПЛАНТАТ

Аннотация

Кратком обзоре литературы освещены основные виды режимов мобилизации гемопоэтических стволовых клеток из костного мозга в периферическую кровь, а также способы получения трансплантата, содержащего как минимум субоптимальное количество CD34+клеток, для последующей аутологичной трансплантации гемопоэтических стволовых клеток больным множественной миеломой. Расширение спектра режимов мобилизации с выделением предикторов неудачной заготовки аутотрансплантата рассматривается как возможность индивидуального выбора наиболее эффективного режима мобилизации для больных множественной миеломой.

https://doi.org/10.37469/0507-3758-2019-65-4-504-509
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