Though an increasing number of chemotherapy‐ and radiotherapy‐related leukaemias are being reported, acute promyclocytic leukaemia developing as a therapy‐related second malignancy is still uncommon. Here we report a case of acute promyetocytic leukemia, microgranular variant, developing in a case of intracranial malignant ependymoma, 1.5 years following treatment with craniospinal radiotherapy.
- acute promyelocytic leukaemia
- malignant ependymoma
- microgranular type
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