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Chinese Journal of Neurology ; (12): 915-917, 2023.
Article in Chinese | WPRIM | ID: wpr-994914


Myeloid sarcoma (MS) is a tumor mass formed by the proliferation of one or more myeloid primitive cells outside the marrow, which is mostly related to acute myeloid leukemia (AML). It is reported that 2.5% to 9.1% of AML patients have MS, and AML with spinal canal MS is very rare. Spinal canal MS often has an acute onset and is difficult to diagnose. It is easy to cause missed diagnosis and misdiagnosis, which will lead to a delay in accurate diagnosis seriously affecting the treatment and quality of life among these patients. The clinical data, diagnosis and treatment process of a case of MS with multiple space occupying lesions in the spinal canal diagnosed and treated by the Department of Hematology of Peking Union Medical College Hospital are reported, in order to provide reference for clinical workers.

Chinese Journal of Tissue Engineering Research ; (53): 4167-4171, 2017.
Article in Chinese | WPRIM | ID: wpr-607608


BACKGROUND: Traditional dialysis membranes are mostly synthesized by organic polymer materials. Although these materials can meet the needs of treatment, the pore size range is large and the microtubules are not uniform, which can cause protein clogging on the dialysis membrane. Therefore, it is difficult to achieve the expected therapeutic effect.OBJECTIVE: To study the hemocompatibility of titanium dioxide nanotube bio-dialysis membrane.METHODS: High-strength titanium dioxide nanotube films were prepared by anodic oxidation method, the bottom of the nanotubes was etched by HF gas, and the LLC-PK1 and ECV304 cells were seeded onto the prepared titanium dioxide nanotube array membranes to construct two kinds of titanium dioxide nanotube bio-dialysis membranes. Hemolysis test,dynamic clotting time test and platelet adhesion test were used to determine the hemocompatibility of the prepared titanium dioxide nanotube bio-dialysis membrane.RESULTS AND CONCLUSION: In the hemolysis test, the hemolysis rates of the titanium dioxide nanotube array membranes carrying LLC-PK1 and ECV304 cells were lower than that of the polyurethane material (0.30%, 0.34%,0.56%; P 0.05). These findings indicate that the titanium dioxide nanotube bio-dialysis membrane possesses good hemocompatibility.