The prognosis of a patient with juvenile myelomonocytic leukemia can be predicted based on clinical and laboratory findings.
Favorable prognostic factors:
(1) age < 1 year at time of diagnosis
(2) bone marrow transplant
Unfavorable prognostic factors:
(1) age > 2 years of age at time of diagnosis
(2) platelet count < 33,000 per µL at time of diagnosis
(3) hemoglobin F > 15% at time of diagnosis
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Specialty: Hematology Oncology, Clinical Laboratory