Who have Lactate pyruvate ratio increased with T-cell type acute leukaemia - from FDA reports
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T-Cell Type Acute Leukaemia
T-cell type acute leukaemia (a form of cancer of the white blood cells) (latest reports from 818 T-cell type acute leukaemia patients)
Lactate Pyruvate Ratio Increased
Lactate pyruvate ratio increased has been reported by people with hiv infection, preventive health care, vertical infection transmission, ill-defined disorder, infection (latest reports from 148 Lactate pyruvate ratio increased patients).
Drugs that are associated with Lactate pyruvate ratio increasedLactate pyruvate ratio increased (56 drugs)
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